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N-UNCOUNT 丢脸;耻辱;不光彩 If you say that someone is in disgrace, you are emphasizing that other people disapprove of them and do not respect them because of something that they have done.
His vice president also had to resign in disgrace...
She has brought disgrace upon womankind.
N-SING 丢脸的事;不名誉的事 If you say that something is a disgrace, you are emphasizing that it is very bad or wrong, and that you find it completely unacceptable.
The way the sales were handled was a complete disgrace...
The national airline is a disgrace.
N-SING 让人蒙羞的人 You say that someone is a disgrace to someone else when you want to emphasize that their behaviour causes the other person to feel ashamed.
Republican leaders called him a disgrace to the party...
What went on was a scandal. It was a disgrace to Britain.
VERB 使丢脸;使受辱 If you say that someone disgraces someone else, you are emphasizing that their behaviour causes the other person to feel ashamed.
I have disgraced my family's name...
I've disgraced myself by the actions I've taken.