In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(performance/lies/conduct) vergonzosoit's disgraceful of him to treat her like that — es vergonzoso / es una vergüenza que la trate así
- One can but hope that this disgraceful conduct will not occur next year.
- This is a disgraceful, shameful attack on a student's freedom of speech at such a prestigious institution.
- Sport isn't supposed to be this way, angry and pitiful and disgraceful.
- Rescuing ducks from a flood would be a disgraceful waste of resources by the emergency services.
- They have also left the road in a disgraceful state, with loose stones all over it.
- I seriously hope this doesn't happen here, the whole thing is disgraceful.
- Surely it can't be based on the disgraceful leaflet they issued for the election.
- To smear them for performing this role is disgusting, disgraceful and dangerous.
- We need to stand up like decent people and admit to our disgraceful history.
- Look no further than last week's disgraceful ruling by the law lords.
- The more information that is uncovered by the regulators, the more disgraceful the affair becomes.
- This shocking and disgraceful practice should not be tolerated in any society.
- I think this is a disgraceful sham, and I won't apologise for having a problem with it.
- The disgraceful attitude of these officers brings shame and embarrassment to all.
- This dismissive treatment of local residents by the council is disgraceful.
- It's disgraceful how some people just wantonly vandalise other people's property.
- Lets hope this disgraceful waste of tax payers money ends at the next election.
- The sound quality is disgraceful, the image blurry and the editing dreadful.
- Such disgraceful conduct should be deplored at this or at any level and should be speedily rooted out.
- They say the increases are disgraceful, claiming price rises have not led to any improvement in the service.
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