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disappointing

adjective  /ˌdɪs·əˈpɔɪn·tɪŋ/ us  
not as good as you had hoped or expected; not satisfactory: The team has had two disappointing seasons. Kerrigan finished the race a disappointing fifth.
Translations of “disappointing”
in Korean 실망시키는…
in Arabic مُخَيِّب لِلآمال…
in Portuguese decepcionante…
in Catalan decebedor…
in Japanese 期待はずれの…
in Italian deludente…
in Chinese (Traditional) 令人失望的,讓人沮喪的…
in Russian разочаровывающий…
in Turkish ümit kırıcı, düş kırıklığına uğratan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 令人失望的,让人沮丧的…
in Polish rozczarowujący…
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