- 耻 [chǐ]
- （羞愧） be ashamed of; regard as shameful:
not feel ashamed to ask and learn from one's subordinates; 不耻下问
ashamed to be called a teacher 耻为人师
- （耻辱） shame; disgrace; humiliation:
have no sense of shame; 不知耻
national humiliation; 国耻
How could you treat her so badly? Shame on you!
They considered her behaviour a shameful piece of snobbery.
How could you do such a thing? Have you no shame?
He had no sense of shame and never felt guilty.
She was full of shame at her bad behavior.
The boy felt shamed of his abject poverty.
He thinks it's a shame to beg others for alms.
It was shameful of them to surrender.