裏切る, 失望させる, がっかりさせる
Verb(1) fail to meet the hopes or expectations of
(1) I have no wish to disappoint everyone by postponing the visit(2) And once again it didn't fail to disappoint every Burnley fan and player.(3) We hope to interest admirers of the genre and hope we do not disappoint their expectations.(4) Although I do not wish to disappoint you, we have been in a constant state of stalemate.(5) She didn't want to turn around, didn't want to disappoint her foolish hopes.(6) She did not want to disappoint him and wished that she hadn't stepped forward.(7) to disappoint the hopes that are now awakened could be very dangerous(8) They constantly disappoint the young by failing to live up to their expectations of them.(9) The good leader has to disappoint these expectations at a rate the people can stand.(10) What, if anything, will please or disappoint fans of the video game?(11) This is an encouraging sign that the company is unlikely to disappoint market expectations.(12) Initial hopes were disappointed but the reason became apparent early in the New Year.(13) The expectation is disappointed because the universe is simply impersonal and uncaring.(14) You should not get carried away by success or get disappointed by failure.(15) We got hit from both sides of the debate and disappointed both sets of expectations.(16) I'm trying to not get expectations too high though because I am bound to be disappointed if I do.
2. thwart ::
1. content ::
2. gratify ::
3. satisfy ::
Different Formsdisappoint, disappointed, disappointing, disappoints
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