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Translation of "anticlimax" - English-Turkish dictionary

anticlimax

noun [C, U]
 
 
/ˌæntiˈklaɪmæks/ US  /ˌæntaɪ-/
a disappointing experience, often one that you thought would be exciting before it happened or one that comes after a more exciting experience
hayal kırıklığı, düş kırıklığı, beklenen bir şeyin tam aksinin olması
After so much preparation, the party was a bit of an anticlimax.Disappointing yourself and others
Translations of “anticlimax”
in Vietnamese sự giảm dần…
in Spanish anticlímax…
in Thai เหตุการณ์ที่จบลงอย่างจืด ๆ…
in Malaysian antiklimaks…
in French déception…
in German die Entäuschung…
in Chinese (Traditional) 掃興,掃興的結局…
in Indonesian antiklimaks…
in Russian разочарование…
in Chinese (Simplified) 扫兴,扫兴的结局…
in Polish rozczarowanie…
(Definition of anticlimax from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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