reproach en Vietnamita
v. làm nhục nhã, làm sỉ nhục
Compared to what he saw in it of censure or rebuke, how shallow Basil's reproaches about Sibyl Vane had been!--how shallow, and of what little account!
Her own daughter, who was as ugly as night, and had only one eye, reproached her and said, "To become a Queen! That ought to have been my good fortune."
However, the woman would not listen to anything he said. Rather, she scolded in reproached him.
The King reproached the peasant because of the evil words that the Jew had made mention of.
There is a luxury in self-reproach.
He could not bear the idea of reproaching him any more.
he himself wished to avoid her tears and reproaches. So Argensola would slip like a pickpocket up the service stairway of the great house on the avenue Victor Hugo.
he feared their mute reproach. Neither did he dare to look at the blind man in his shabby and heroic uniform, with his countenance aged by duty and glory. He feared him like remorse.
Then with the vehemence of his twenty seven years, he accosted the jeweller in the passage way, reproaching him for his silence.
Three cheers for France! The pedestrians, escaping between the wheels of the automobiles were laughing and good-naturedly reproaching the chauffeur with,
1. dishonour: insult, disgrace, disrepute, shame, scandal, ignominy, indignity
2. blame: disapproval, condemnation, censure, abuse, reprehension, criticism, disapprobation
3. blame: censure, abash, criticise, criticize, condemn, chide, reprimand, reprove