Definitions for chagrinʃəˈgrɪn
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chagrin, humiliation, mortification(verb)
strong feelings of embarrassment
humiliate, mortify, chagrin, humble, abase(verb)
cause to feel shame; hurt the pride of
"He humiliated his colleague by criticising him in front of the boss"
Distress of mind caused by a failure of aims or plans, want of appreciation, mistakes etc; vexation or mortification.
A type of leather or skin with a rough surface.
To bother or vex; to mortify.
She was chagrined to note that the paint had dried into a blotchy mess.
Origin: From chagrin. Prior to that, the etymology is unclear, with several theories – of Germanic or possibly Turkish origin.
to excite ill-humor in; to vex; to mortify; as, he was not a little chagrined
to be vexed or annoyed
Origin: [Cf. F. chagriner See Chagrin, n.]
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To Netanyahu's chagrin, however, the Iranian threat is simply not the most important issue to voters in this election -- a fact that was true ahead of the last elections as well.
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- разочарование, огорчавам, огорчение, досаждамBulgarian
- zarmoutit, zklamat, zármutekCzech
- Verdruss, verdrießenGerman
- mielipaha, olla pahoillaanFinnish
- miabhadh, sàraichScottish Gaelic
- mortificare, mortificazione, dispiacere, deludere, delusioneItalian
- verdriet, vervelen, chagrijn, irritatie, storen, ongenoegenDutch
- poczucie klęskiPolish
- огорчение, огорчать, шагреневая кожа, досада, досаждатьRussian
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