embarrassverb

  • jaに恥ずかしい思いをさせる
  • ento make someone feel ashamed, nervous, uncomfortable, confused, or foolish, especially in front of other people

Examples

4:12 / --:--
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My guy's so sweet.
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- I know, these guys are so sweet. - We're still hanging out. Yeah.
3.
You two are embarrassing me.
4.
You're embarrassing your mother.
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0:00 / --:--
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This is your first time here.
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- I don't know why, but welcome. - Yeah.
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- We have a ritual, and you'll have to bear with us. - Oh, no.
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Whenever it's your first time on the show, we have to show shirtless photos.
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Oh, no, don't embarrass me.
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There's one.
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There's another one.
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Can we just stop?
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Oh, my God, okay, okay, I post a lot of...
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2:15 / --:--
1.
And how was it working with Adam Sandler?
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No, it's great.
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He brought in a boombox to set.
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- And he played 'Defying Gravity,' right? - Oh, stop.
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And it embarrassed me, yeah.
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But it's a tribute as well.
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He DJs the whole time because he wants the crew to just relax and have fun.
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So he's always playing music.
1:34 / --:--
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What did you bring me?
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Yeah, I got you a gift.
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Yeah, should I open it?
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Well, do you want to?
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I mean, I don't wanna embarrass you.
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Well, is it gonna embarrass me?
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I think so, yeah.
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- So you brought it on television for me to open? - For special— for you