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let sb down

phrasal verb with let /let/ verb ( present tense letting, past tense and past participle let)
to disappoint someone by failing to do what you agreed to do or were expected to do 辜負(某人),使(某人)失望 You will be there tomorrow - you won't let me down, will you? 明天你會去那裡的——你不會讓我失望,對吧? When I was sent to prison, I really felt I had let my parents down. 我入獄的時候真覺得對不起我的父母。 Disappointing yourself and others
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