crestfallen Meaning in Cambridge English Dictionary
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crestfallenadjective

uk   /ˈkrestˌfɔː.lən/  us   /-ˌfɑː-/
disappointed and sad because of having failed unexpectedly: He looked crestfallen at their decision.
Translations of “crestfallen”
in Vietnamese tiu nghỉu…
in Spanish alicaído, cabizbajo…
in Thai สลด…
in Malaysian kesal…
in French déconfit…
in German niedergeschlagen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 垂頭喪氣的, 沮喪的…
in Indonesian kecewa…
in Russian упавший духом…
in Turkish mahzun, hayal kırıklığına uğtramış, üzgün…
in Chinese (Simplified) 垂头丧气的, 沮丧的…
in Polish przybity…
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