Translation: from german to english

from english to german

he is a disgrace to his family

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  • disgrace — I n. 1) to bring; suffer disgrace 2) deep; public disgrace 3) a disgrace to (he is a disgrace to his family) 4) a disgrace to + inf. (it was a disgrace to behave like that = it was a disgrace behaving like that) 5) a disgrace that (it s a… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • disgrace — n. & v. n. 1 the loss of reputation; shame; ignominy (brought disgrace on his family). 2 a dishonourable, inefficient, or shameful person, thing, state of affairs, etc. (the bus service is a disgrace). v.tr. 1 bring shame or discredit on; be a… …   Useful english dictionary

  • disgrace — noun 1 loss of respect VERB + DISGRACE ▪ fall into ▪ Their father fell into disgrace and lost his business. ▪ bring ▪ His crime had brought disgrace upon his whole family. ▪ …   Collocations dictionary

  • disgrace — dis|grace1 [dÄąsˈgreÄąs] n 1.) [U] the loss of other people s respect because you have done something they strongly disapprove of ▪ Smith faced total public disgrace after the incident. in disgrace ▪ Toranaga sent us away in disgrace. ▪ His actions …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • disgrace — dis|grace1 [ dÄąs greÄąs ] noun 1. ) uncount the loss of other people s respect because of something bad that you have done: in disgrace: Holman was sent home in disgrace after assaulting one of the other players. bring disgrace upon/on… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • disgrace — I UK [dÉŞsˈɥreÉŞs] / US noun 1) [uncountable] the loss of other people s respect because of something bad that you have done in disgrace: Holman was sent home in disgrace after assaulting one of the other players. bring disgrace upon/on… …   English dictionary

  • disgrace — 1 noun 1 (U) the complete loss of other people s respect because you have done something they strongly disapprove of: Smith faced total public disgrace after the incident. | in disgrace: Toranaga s father sent my mother away in disgrace. 2 sth is …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • disgrace — [[t]dÉŞsgre͟ɪs[/t]] disgraces, disgracing, disgraced 1) N UNCOUNT: oft in N (emphasis) If you say that someone is in disgrace, you are emphasizing that other people disapprove of them and do not respect them because of something that they have… …   English dictionary

  • Simpson family — Clockwise from top left: Marge, Homer, Bart, Santa s Little Helper (dog), Snowball II (cat), Lisa, and Maggie in the center. The Simpson family is a family of fictional characters featured in the animated television series The Simpso …   Wikipedia

  • Weld family — For the English Weld family, see Weld Blundell family. The Weld family is an extended family of Boston Brahmins most remembered for the philanthropy of its members. The Welds have many connections to Harvard University, the Golden Age of Sail,… …   Wikipedia

  • Monro Family (Physicians) — Descended from the Munro family of Fowlis, the Monros were a notable dynasty of doctors to London in the 18th and 19th century where they were involved in early work on curing insanity . Four generations occupied successively the position of… …   Wikipedia

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