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shame, embarrassment, blushing, ashamed, embarrassed, embarrass, blush, shameful

Auslan SignbankDictionary#1617 ashamed1a
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As a Noun: 1. An uncomfortable feeling you have when you know you have done something wrong. English = shame, embarrassment. 2. The act of going redder in your face than usual because you are ashamed or embarrassed. English = blushing. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To feel uncomfortable because you know you have done something wrong or stupid; or to cause someone to feel that way. English = (be) ashamed, (be) embarrassed; shame, embarrass. 2. Of your face, to become redder than usual because you are ashamed or embarrassed. English = blush. 3. Of someone's actions, to be so bad that they ought to be ashamed. English = shameful. Interactive: 1. Used alone to mean you think that something being talked about would have made or does make you feel embarrassed. English = 'How embarrassing!'

simpleton, bewildered

Auslan SignbankDictionary#1613 bewildered
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As a Noun: 1. A person with very low intelligence. English = simpleton. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To be very confused by something, especially something you see; to find something incomprehensible, especially something you see. English = (be) bewildered.

bore, bored, boring, tedious

Auslan SignbankDictionary#2232 boring.yawn
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As a Noun: 1. Someone who communicates in an uninteresting way, or something which is uninteresting. English = bore. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To feel tired and impatient because you have lost interest in something or because you have nothing to do. English = (be) bored. 2. To make other people feel tired and impatient because they have lost interest in what you are saying or doing. English = (be) boring, (be) tedious; bore (someone).

dislike, hate, detest

Auslan SignbankDictionary#2203 dislike
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As a Noun: 1. The feeling of not liking someone or something. English = dislike. 2. The strong feeling of not liking someone or something at all. English = hate, detest. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To not like someone or something and to think that they are unpleasant. English = dislike. 2. To not like someone or something a lot and to think that they are extremely unpleasant. English = hate, detest.

grudge, revenge, vengeance, avenge

Auslan SignbankDictionary#2962 grudge
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As a Noun: 1. An unfriendly feeling towards someone because they have upset you or harmed you in the past. English = grudge. 2. The act of hurting or doing something bad to someone who has hurt or harmed you in some way before. English = revenge, vengeance. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To have an unfriendly feeling towards someone because they have upset you or harmed you in the past; to bear a grudge; have it in for someone. 2. To hurt or do something bad to someone who has hurt or harmed you in some way before. English = revenge yourself, get revenge, avenge. Idiomatic English = get back at someone, get one's own back.

pride, proud

Auslan SignbankDictionary#1651 proud
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As a Noun: 1. A feeling of satisfaction which you have because you or people close to you have done something good or possess something good. English = pride. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To feel glad or pleased with yourself about something good that you or someone close to you owns or has done. English = (be) proud.

sad, sadness, sadden, grief, grieve

Auslan SignbankDictionary#2244 sad1a
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As a Noun: 1. The feeling of being unhappy, usually because something has happened that you do not like. English = sadness. 2. The feeling of being unhappy because you have lost something very important to you, particularly a loved one who has died. English = grief. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To be unhappy, usually because something has happened that you do not like. English = (be) sad. 2. To make someone feel unhappy, usually by doing something that they do not like. English = sadden. 3. To feel very unhappy because you have lost something very important to you, especially a loved one who has died. English = grieve.

satisfaction, satisfy, satisfied, content

Auslan SignbankDictionary#2355 satisfy
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As a Noun: 1. The pleasure you feel when you do something that you wanted or needed to do. English = satisfaction. 2. The pleasant feeling you have when you have eaten enough food to no longer feel hungry, even though it would be possible to eat more. You are satisfied, but not full. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To do something at least to the extent that it makes you pleased with the result, even if more could be done, because more than the minimum has been done. English = satisfy, (be) satisfied, (be) content. 2. To eat enough food to no longer feel hungry, even though it would be possible to eat more. You are satisfied, but not full.

fear, fright, scared, frightened, afraid, scare, frighten

Auslan SignbankDictionary#2004 scared1a
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As a Noun: 1. The feeling you have when you are worried and nervous about something, especially because you think it will harm you or do something very unpleasant. English = fear. 2. A sudden feeling of fear. English = fright. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To be worried and nervous about something, especially because you think it will harm you or do something very unpleasant. English = (be) scared, (be) frightened, (be) afraid; fear something. 2. To make someone feel fear. English = scare someone, frighten someone.

sleepy, swoon

Auslan SignbankDictionary#3733 sleepy
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As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To be very tired and ready to go to sleep. English = (be) sleepy. 2. To be strongly affected by your feelings for something or someone you love or like very much. English = swoon.