- The minister had to fend off some awkward questions from reporters.
- I was embarrassed by his comments about my clothes.
- 我意識到了他們想要單獨在一起, 所以覺得很尷尬。
- I realized they wanted to be alone together so I felt very awkward.
- 他看到其他客人都穿得正正經經的, 覺得很尷尬。
- He was disconcerted to find the other guests formally dressed.
- 因我謊稱錢仍在我處, 所以他們要我交出時, 我很尷尬。
- Having lied that I still had the money, I was in rather a corner when they asked me to hand it over.
- John, greatly embarrassed, fiddled with his cap.
- It is technically correct to use a phrase such as our late treasurer to refer to a person who is still alive but who no longer holds the relevant post, but the use of former in this context will ensure that no embarrassing misunderstanding is created.
- It seems to me now that he sighed and that I tittered to hide my embarrassment.
- Freedom from affectation or embarrassment; composure.
- He simply laughed off the embarrassing situation in which he had found himself.
- Your decision puts me in an awkward position.
- The dilemma that Bush foresaw in1986 has come to pass. His political career is indeed at stake, and his paralyzing loyalty is becoming a political handicap as well as a personal virtue.
- For most men a wardrobe full of old trainers is either an embarrassment or an act of laddish chutzpah but raoul shah's collection is a source of pride.
- The timing is particularly awkward for baroness ashton the european trade commissioner who is seeking reappointment to the next commission.
- Those of us who do not break sweat in the course of our day's work often feel a tinge of embarrassment that we are generally paid much better than those who still perform manual labour.