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恥ずかしい

Chinese translation: 羞耻

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Japanese term or phrase:恥ずかしい
Chinese translation:羞耻
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07:19 Oct 30, 2001
Japanese to Chinese translations [Non-PRO]
Japanese term or phrase: 恥ずかしい
when one feels ashemed.
Keisuke Shito
Local time: 02:23
惭愧 or 羞耻
Explanation:
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The 1st one (惭愧) is used when someone says so himself/herself; or showing his/her modesty.
The 2nd one (羞耻) is often used when something did is a shame.
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Local time: 01:23
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5惭愧 or 羞耻
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惭愧 or 羞耻


Explanation:
Please shift browser encoding to GB2312 to see above Chinese characters properly.
The 1st one (惭愧) is used when someone says so himself/herself; or showing his/her modesty.
The 2nd one (羞耻) is often used when something did is a shame.

Golden View
China
Local time: 01:23
Native speaker of: Native in ChineseChinese, Native in EnglishEnglish
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Thank you very much. Your answer was very helpful.
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