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dishonour

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dishonor

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1. noun shame2. verb show disrespect towards3. verb damage reputation of4. verb disobey contract, agreement5. verb FIN, COMM refuse to honour cheque etc 1 noun shameeasonóir fem3  c m unáire fem4  c m uit brought dishonour to his family tharraing sé easonóir ar a theaghlach, thug sé náire dá mhuintirhe was spared the dishonour of apologising publicly níor tugadh de náire dó leithscéal poiblí a dhéanamh 2 verb show disrespect towards TRANSITIVEmaslaigh verb  c m udímheas a léiriú artarcaisne a léiriú doher entire family have been dishonoured by the media tá na meáin i ndiaidh a teaghlach ar fad a mhaslúthey dishonoured the ceremony léirigh siad tarcaisne don searmanas
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3 verb damage reputation of TRANSITIVEeasonóir a tharraingt arnáire a thabhairt doit dishonours the force tarraingíonn sé easonóir ar an bhfórsa 4 verb disobey contract, agreement TRANSITIVEsáraigh verb  c m uif they dishonour the agreement má sháraíonn siad an comhaontú, mura seasann siad leis an gcomhaontú, mura gcomhlíonann siad an comhaontú 5 verb FIN, COMM refuse to honour cheque etc TRANSITIVEob verb  c m uif the cheque is dishonoured má obtar an seic