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Spanish translation of “disillusion”

disillusion

verb /disiˈluːʒən/
to destroy the false but pleasant beliefs (held by a person)
desilusionar
I hate to disillusion you, but she isn’t the perfect person you think she is.
disillusioned adjective disappointed because a person or thing does not seem as good as you previously believed
Desilusionado
She had become disillusioned with politics.
disillusionment noun
desilusión
a feeling/sense of disillusionment.
(Definition of disillusion from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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