tr.v. em·bar·rassed, em·bar·rass·ing, em·bar·rass·es
- To cause to feel self-conscious or ill at ease; disconcert: Meeting adults embarrassed the shy child.
- To involve in or hamper with financial difficulties.
- To hinder with obstacles or difficulties; impede.
- To complicate.
- To interfere with (a bodily function) or impede the function of (a body part)
- Being told by your girlfriends 6 year old son that he knows what you and his mummy do after he gets put to bed.