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Hi,

Please correct sentence:

I took the mini dialysis chair table to show one of our clients in New York , and unfortunately he wasn't bashful with showing dissatisfaction with the product.

Thank you.
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I'd say "his dissatisfaction."

"Chair table" is a bit unnatural. What is the official English product name?
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I took the mini dialysis chair table to show one of our clients in Xinjiang, and unfortunately he wasn't bashful with showing dissatisfaction with the product.

I took the mini dialysis chair table to show one of our clients in Xinjiang, and unfortunately he wasn't bashful in/on showing dissatisfaction with the product.

Can in and on be used in this sentence? Thank you!

There's no official name for this product yet...
"In" is actually the preferred preposition in this context. "About" is also common.

I'm not sure how I let "with" by without a comment.
If we skipped the "showing," we might say, "He was not bashful with his dissatisfaction." That is, he flaunted it, so to speak.
Avangi"In" is actually the preferred preposition in this context. "About" is also common.I'm not sure how I let "with" by without a comment.If we skipped the "showing," we might say, "He was not bashful with his dissatisfaction." That is, he flaunted it, so to speak.
Can with be used with showing though? Is it allowed or grammatically correct?
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We're talking about "with," right? I wouldn't call it incorrect.

He's not bashful with showing his X. I probably wouldn't use it in a term paper.

Let me check the Google hits, just for the heckovit.

Wow! what a range!

"bashful about showing" 43,000
"bashful in showing" 826
"bashful with showing" 8
"bashful on showing" 3

Better not use it!!!