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letdown

noun [no plural]
 
 
/ˈletdaʊn/ informal
a disappointment: After all I'd heard about the film it was a bit of a letdown when I finally saw it.Disappointing yourself and others
Translations of “letdown”
in Chinese (Traditional) 失望,沮喪…
in Russian разочарование…
in Turkish düş/hayal kırıklığı, sükûtu hayal…
in Chinese (Simplified) 失望,沮丧…
in Polish rozczarowanie, zawód…
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