065、embarrass K.K: [ ] IPA: [ ]
v. 使窘迫，使困惑，使困难 ★★★★★
Making speeches in public always embarrasses me.
Are you trying to embarrass me?
☆ Don’t embarrass them with personal questions.
☆ The decline of sales embarrassed the company.
☆ Meeting adults always embarrassed the shy child.
☆ I didn’t mean to embarrass you. I just wanted to ask you a question.
embarrassed adj. 难堪的，不好意思的，感到为难的 ★★★★★
☆ When he got married, Ray was too embarrassed to say anything to his wife about his job.
☆ I was embarrassed when she praised me.
☆ I was embarrassed by their compliment.
☆ She felt embarrassed at the sight of her old boyfriend.
embarrassing adj. 令人为难的，令人困窘的 ★★★★★
☆ The reporter asked the president several embarrassing questions.
☆ What is your most embarrassing moment?
☆ It was very embarrassing to not have enough money to pay the bill!
embarrassment n. 窘迫, 为难；令人困窘、不安的人或事 ★★★★★
☆ He’s an embarrassment to his family.
☆ I tried to ease her embarrassment by telling her everyone cries in public sometimes.
☆ His company never recovered from its financial embarrassment.