Complete Definition of "embarrassed"

English

Etymology
From embarrass + -ed. The adjective is an extension of the past participle.

Adjective
en-adj-more

  1. Having a feeling of shameful discomfort.

#:After returning from the pool, Aleshia felt significantly better, though she was still slightly embarrassed.

Translations
trans-top|Having a feeling of shameful discomfort
Chinese: é£çºæ, é¾ä¸ºæ nánwéiqíng
trans-mid
Finnish: nolo, nolostunut, kiusaantunut, vaivaantunut
Spanish: avergonzado
trans-bottom

Verb
embarrassed

  1. past of|embarrass

fa:embarrassed
hu:embarrassed
pl:embarrassed
ru:embarrassed
te:embarrassed
vi:embarrassed
zh:embarrassed

Revision and Credits for"embarrassed"
Dictionary content provided from Wiktionary.org under the
GNU Free Documentation License
 
 

 Find:
  Words Starting With:
  Words Ending With:
  Words Containing:
  Words That Match:

 
 Translate Into:
  
Dutch   French   German
  
Italian   Spanish
    Show results per page.

Browse the Dictionary
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

   
Allwords Copyright 1998-2020 All rights reserved.