From F. term|chagrin|lang=fr||sorrow.
- annoyance|Annoyance, vexation or discouragement.
#: He noted with chagrin the mounting pile of unfinished homework.
- distress|Distress of mind, plus a sense of embarrassment. Particularly used in situations which would not cause embarrassment for another person.
#: He is from a Welsh family, proudly lives in Wales, and speaks the language fluently. Much to his chagrin, though, he was actually born in London.
sense|distress of mind usually in the form to oneâs chagrin
trans-top|annoyance, vexation or discouragement
Dutch: t|nl|verdriet|n, t|nl|irritatie|f
Russian: Ð´Ð¾ÑÐ°Ð´Ð° (dosÃ¡da) f, Ð¾Ð³Ð¾ÑÑÐµÐ½Ð¸Ðµ (ogorÄÃ©nije) n
trans-top|distress of mind, plus a sense of embarrassment
Dutch: t|nl|verdriet|n, t|nl|ongenoegen|n
- transitive To bother or vex; to mortify.
#: She was chagrined to note that the paint had dried into a blotchy mess.
The verb form is rarely found in other than passive voice.
trans-top|bother or vex; to mortify
Dutch: t|nl|vervelen, t-|nl|storen
Russian: Ð´Ð¾ÑÐ°Ð¶Ð´Ð°ÑÑ (dosaÅ¾dÃ¡t'), Ð¾Ð³Ð¾ÑÑÐ°ÑÑ (ogorÄÃ¡t')
- sorrow, grief, chagrin