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disgrace

1 noun loss of reputationnáire fem4  c m uaithis fem2  c m uthey've brought disgrace on their family tharraing siad náire ar a muintir, tá a muintir náirithe acuthere's no disgrace in finishing second ní haon chúis náire é bheith sa dara háithe was sent home in disgrace cuireadh abhaile faoi smál étheir public disgrace would achieve nothing ní bheadh dada le gnóthú ar iad a náiriú go poiblí 2 noun shameful person, thingcúis náireábhar náireúdar náirethe footpaths are a disgrace is mór an náire na cosáinthe way it was done was a disgrace bhí sé náireach an chaoi a ndearnadh éit's an absolute disgrace that they're still there is náire shaolta é go bhfuil siad fós ann, tá sé scannalach go bhfuil siad ann i dtólamhthey're a disgrace to the association tá an cumann náirithe acu, tá siad ag tarraingt náire ar an gcumannit was nothing short of a disgrace ba náire shaolta é, bhí sé scannalach amach is amach
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3 verb TRANSITIVEnáirigh verb  c m unáire a tharraingt armíchlú a tharraingt arthe revelation would disgrace the family náireofaí an teaghlach dá dtiocfadh an scéala amachhe disgraced himself at the dinner náirigh sé é féin ag an dinnéar, lig sé é féin síos ag an dinnéarwe lost but didn't disgrace ourselves chailleamar ach níor náiríodh muid, chailleamar ach níor ligeamar muid féin síos

disgraced

adjectiveatá faoi smálnáirithe  c m ua disgraced former minister iar-aire atá faoi smálit left many of his colleagues disgraced d'fhág sé go leor dá chomhghleacaithe faoi smál