shame; 〔名誉を汚すもの〕(a) disgrace
a shame-sensitive society
It would be shameful [a disgrace／disgraceful] for you to do a thing like that.
His misdeeds will bring disgrace on his family.
He made a fool of himself by drinking too much.
The boy's bad behavior embarrassed his mother.
I was 「put to shame [humiliated] in public.
He has no sense of shame [honor].
For shame!／You ought to be ashamed (of yourself).
He wanted to wipe away the disgrace he had incurred.
endure one's disgrace／bear up under one's shame
A lazy man is a dishonor to his family.
That will (only) add to your shame.／That would make it a double disgrace.
He who is ashamed of asking is ashamed of learning.