Definition of 'disappoint'
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He added: 'I was disappointed. The Sun (2017)It is disappointing when heroes let you down. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He was disappointed at letting people down. The Sun (2006)He's disappointed to have let this one slip through. Times, Sunday Times (2015)I am very disappointed the referee let that happen. The Sun (2010)I'm very disappointed that he let that happen in the football game. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He said: 'I am bitterly disappointed to have been a part of this. The Sun (2012)Last night he said: 'It is hugely disappointing for me to have to miss these performances. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He said: 'It was a disappointing result and we have to question our performance. The Sun (2006)Just think of all of us who have been disappointed - let down - betrayed! Times, Sunday Times (2010)He said: 'I have disappointed and let down a lot of people. The Sun (2010)He said: 'We are disappointed with the penalty because we thought it was soft. The Sun (2015)He said: 'We are disappointed not to get the three points. The Sun (2008)She added: 'It is disappointing that some people are trying to turn the appointment into a political circus. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He said: 'I was slightly disappointed not to make the last squad but that shows the tightness of the squad. The Sun (2015)But you have setbacks in your career and I'm not going to let it disappoint me this week. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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Translations for 'disappoint'
British English: disappoint /ˌdɪsəˈpɔɪnt/ VERB
If things or people disappoint you, they are not as good as you had hoped, or do not do what you hoped they would do.
I'm sorry if this reply will disappoint you.
- American English: disappoint
- Arabic: يُخَيِّبُ أَمَلَه
- Brazilian Portuguese: decepcionar
- Chinese: 失望
- Croatian: razočarati
- Czech: zklamat
- Danish: skuffe
- Dutch: teleurstellen
- European Spanish: decepcionar
- Finnish: tuottaa pettymys
- French: décevoir
- German: enttäuschen
- Greek: απογοητεύω
- Italian: deludere
- Japanese: 失望させる
- Korean: 실망시키다
- Norwegian: skuffe
- Polish: rozczarować
- European Portuguese: dececionar
- Romanian: a dezamăgi
- Russian: разочаровывать
- Spanish: decepcionar
- Swedish: göra besviken
- Thai: ทำให้ผิดหวัง
- Turkish: hayal kırıklığına uğratmak
- Ukrainian: розчаровувати
- Vietnamese: làm thất vọng
Definition of disappoint from the Collins English Dictionary
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