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disappointment

US [ˌdɪsəˈpɔɪntmənt]
UK 
  • n.失望;挫折;伤心;令人失望的事
  • Web沮丧;失恋者;表达失望
Plural Form:disappointments  
disappointment
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n.
1.
[u]
失望;沮丧;扫兴sadness because sth has not happened or been as good, successful, etc. as you expected or hoped
Book early for the show to avoid disappointment.
欲看演出,从速订票,以免向隅。
To our great disappointment , it rained every day of the trip.
这次旅行天天下雨,让我们大失所望。
He found it difficult to hide his disappointment when she didn't arrive.
她没有来,他感到很难掩饰自己内心的沮丧。
2.
[c]
使人失望的人(或事物);令人扫兴的人(或事物)a person or thing that is disappointing
a bitter/major disappointment
令人极度失望╱大失所望的事
That new restaurant was a big disappointment.
那家新餐馆使人大失所望。
I always felt I was a disappointment to my father.
我总觉得我使父亲失望了。

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