Italian translation of 'let down'
transitive verb + adverb
- (British, tyre)
- (one's hair)
- (on rope)
deludereI won't let you down
non ti deluderòthat car always lets me down
quella macchina mi pianta sempre in asso
Example Sentences Including 'let down'
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I couldn't shake the feeling that I'd somehow let down Will by telling everything I knew about that night.SILENT JOE (2002)
Lying with his head in her lap, Will was relaxed enough to let down some of his defences, to trust her with an occasional truth.HERE BE DRAGONS
Got let down by a colleague of mine, who turns out to have too many fish to fry.PROSPECT HILL (2003)
And they'll stand anything, even murder, from the person who props them up, except being let down themselves.MURDER MOVES IN
Trends of 'let down'
Used Occasionally. let down is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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'let down' in Other Languages
British English: let down /lɛt daʊn/ VERB
If you let someone down, you disappoint them, usually by not doing something that you said you would do.
Don't worry, I won't let you down.
- American English: let down
- Arabic: يَتخَلَّى عَنْ
- Brazilian Portuguese: decepcionar
- Chinese: 辜负
- Croatian: iznevjeriti
- Czech: zklamat
- Danish: svigte
- Dutch: teleurstellen
- European Spanish: defraudar
- Finnish: tuottaa pettymys
- French: laisser tomber personne
- German: enttäuschen
- Greek: απογοητεύω
- Italian: deludere
- Japanese: がっかりさせる
- Korean: 실망시키다
- Norwegian: svikte
- Polish: spuścić
- European Portuguese: dececionar
- Romanian: a dezamăgi
- Russian: подвести
- Latin American Spanish: defraudar
- Swedish: göra besviken
- Thai: ทำให้ผิดหวัง
- Turkish: hayal kırıklığına uğratmak
- Ukrainian: розчаровувати
- Vietnamese: làm thất vọng
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Translation of let down from the Collins English to Italian
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