Definition of 'disappointed'
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I was angry, disappointed and upset about it. The Sun (2017)He said:'I am very disappointed and angry. The Sun (2017)She said:'I feel disappointed there are still people in this world who think like this. The Sun (2016)Am I right to feel disappointed that he's not keen? Times, Sunday Times (2016)I imagine he's feeling embarrassed and disappointed in himself - and he has only himself to blame. The Sun (2016)That is a recipe for disappointed expectations. Times, Sunday Times (2009)We feel very disappointed because we deserved more. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Thousands of music fans were left disappointed. Times, Sunday Times (2015)We go away from here bitterly disappointed because we should have taken something from it. The Sun (2008)This is the language of a bitterly disappointed man. DEVASTATING EDEN: The Search for Utopia in America (2004)Many will feel disappointed on his behalf. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The only downside to his job is the anger vented by disappointed fans. Times, Sunday Times (2006)No one is more humourless than a disappointed sports fan. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The result is that the first man is happy and contented while the other is sad and disappointed. The 8-Week Cholesterol Cure (1990)Some fans will be angry but those who have a better understanding of soccer will just feel very disappointed. The Sun (2009)The players are angry and disappointed. The Sun (2011)Disappointed expectations lead to unwarranted cynicism. Times, Sunday Times (2012)But he died a disappointed man. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The results left me confused and rather disappointed, though. Times, Sunday Times (2008)They will be very angry, disappointed with themselves. Times, Sunday Times (2012)We are so sad and disappointed for them because we know what they're going through. The Sun (2014)He died deeply disappointed, bitterly aware that he had squandered his great gifts. The Times Literary Supplement (2014)But then not be disappointed or angry or come crying to me if they don't. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The busiest time for us is Monday morning because of disappointed expectations at the weekend. Times, Sunday Times (2010)But some now feel bitterly disappointed at the lack of support they have received from the West. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Yet for all his political brilliance, he leaves office a disappointed man. The Sun (2007)My expectations were disappointed, which is a good thing. Christianity Today (2000)I know they are disappointed and angry. The Sun (2014)I felt sad and disappointed that he'd gone. The Sun (2009)
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Translations for 'disappointed'
British English: disappointed /ˌdɪsəˈpɔɪntɪd/ ADJECTIVE
If you are disappointed, you are sad because something has not happened or because something is not as good as you hoped it would be.
I was disappointed that he was not there.
- American English: disappointed
- Arabic: خَائِبُ الَأمَل
- Brazilian Portuguese: decepcionado
- Chinese: 失望的
- Croatian: razočaran
- Czech: zklamaný
- Danish: skuffet
- Dutch: teleurgesteld
- European Spanish: decepcionado
- Finnish: pettynyt
- French: déçu
- German: enttäuscht
- Greek: απογοητευμένος
- Italian: deluso
- Japanese: 失望した
- Korean: 실망한
- Norwegian: skuffet
- Polish: rozczarowany
- European Portuguese: dececionado
- Romanian: dezamăgit
- Russian: разочарованный
- Spanish: decepcionado
- Swedish: besviken
- Thai: ผิดหวัง
- Turkish: hayal kırıklığına uğramış
- Ukrainian: розчарований
- Vietnamese: thất vọng
Definition of disappointed from the Collins English Dictionary
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