English to Afrikaans Meaning :: chagrin

Chagrin :
- hartseerchagrinedsleg ischagrins
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Noun(1) strong feelings of embarrassment
Verb(1) cause to feel shame; hurt the pride of

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(1) She says she always dreamed of becoming an actress but, to her chagrin , opportunity and ambition didn't seem to go hand in hand.(2) Predictions are hazardous business, as all poll pundits will have realised to their chagrin this month.(3) He has adopted the one by the radiator, much to Tess's chagrin .(4) Get his glasses steamed, and he'll punt you into the next time zone, as Jonah Goldberg has just learned to his bruised chagrin .(5) However, much to Dare's chagrin , the faculty did nothing to oppose Halpern's position.(6) But, despite my chagrin at what I regard as a rip-off, I have booked two tickets.(7) Imagine what chagrin we can bring to this nation if we were to sneer or giggle at a visiting diplomat from say Nigeria or India!(8) He coughed up his Bickfords and turned purple with a mixture of shame and chagrin .(9) The long-awaited breakup will ensue, to the embarrassment and chagrin of many.(10) Imagine my surprise and chagrin when I realised that I could not hear any music above the din of the rattly old Northern Line train.(11) Too late, to his chagrin , not to mention embarrassment, he found that he had rather overdone it, and could not get near him.(12) To Eliza's chagrin , she was sent to the office to learn secretarial skills.(13) I realised, with some chagrin , that for Hilberg the conclusion was implicit in the sequence, and he had trusted me to see it.(14) To his embarrassment and chagrin , not one of these claims has turned out to be true.(15) Much to my chagrin no such indication appeared, and I handed the candy back to my daughter.(16) Jeff, much to his chagrin , wasn't invited
1. annoyance ::
2. irritation ::
3. vexation ::
'n gejaag na
4. exasperation ::
5. displeasure ::
6. dissatisfaction ::
7. discontent ::
8. anger ::
9. rage ::
10. fury ::
11. wrath ::
12. indignation ::
13. resentment ::
14. embarrassment ::
15. mortification ::
17. shame ::
18. humiliate ::
19. mortify ::
20. humble ::
21. abase ::
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Different Forms
chagrin, chagrined, chagrining, chagrins
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