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disappoint [ disə'pɔint] vt.使失望,使受挫折

disappoint [7disə'pɔint] vt. 使失望

失恋 be disappointed in love; be jilted

I suspect they are very disappointed.
我猜想他们会很失望。

The publisher’s rejection of his article disappointed him.
出版社将他的文章退了回来,这使他很失望。

I was somewhat disappointed.
我有点失望。

That's rather disappointing.
真是让人失望。

请别让我失望。
Please don't disappoint me. *disappoint “让……失望”、 “辜负……期望”。
Please don't let me down.

真让人失望!
What a disappointment!
I didn't get a raise. What a disappointment! (没有给我提薪,真让人失望!)
That's too bad. (太遗憾了。)
What a let down!
I'm disappointed with it.
This is disappointing.(这真令人扫兴。)

你真让我失望。
You let me down.
I'm sorry I didn't come to your wedding. (对不起,我没能参加你的婚礼。)
Yeah, you let me down. (是啊,我很失望。)
You disappointed me.

Blessed is he who expects nothing, for he shall never be disappointed.
人无所求最享福,因他不为失望苦。

Man alone is born crying, lives complaining, and dies disappointed.
只有人,生下时啼哭,活著时抱怨,去世时失望。

A I want to see Shanghai. I've heard it's a very interesting city.
A 我想看看上海。我听说上海是个非常有趣的城市。
B What do you want to see? ?Anything special?
B 你想看什么?有什么特别想看的吗?
A Oh, lots of things. Old Shanghai, the houses, the streets, the markets, the river front ...
A 哦,想看很多东西。老上海的房子、街道、市场以及河滩...
B You may be disappointed, you know. Shanghai looks more modern than Beijing nowadays.
B 你可能会失望的,你知道。上海现在看起来比北京还现代。
A That's a shame. But maybe some of the old city remains.
A 太遗憾了!但是也许有一些旧上海的东西遗留下来吧。
B Oh, yes. There are still lots of the old areas.
B 噢,是的。现在上海仍然有许多老区。

I’m very disappointed.
让我失望。

I’m very disappointed.真让我失望。

败兴 disappointed

败兴 disappointed

不争气 disappointing

败兴 [bài xìng] /disappointed/

不争气 [bù zhēng qì] /be disappointing/fail to live up to expectations/

惝 [chǎng] /disappointed/

惆 [chóu] /forlorn/vexed/disappointed/

大失所望 [dà shī suǒ wàng] /greatly disappointed/

辜负 [gū fù] /let down/fail to live up to/disappoint/

恍 [huǎng] /disappointed/flurried/indistinct/

失望 [shī wàng] /be disappointed/to lose hope/to despair/

使失望 [shǐ shī wàng] /disappoint/

惝 [tǎng] /disappointed/

怃 [wǔ] /disappointed/startled/

心寒 [xīn hán] /be very disappointed/

{adj: breathing, eupneic, eupnoeic} passing or able to pass air in and out of the lungs normally; sometimes used in combination
"the boy was disappointed to find only skeletons instead of living breathing dinosaurs"
"the heavy-breathing person on the telephone"
<-> breathless

{adj: concerned} feeling or showing worry or solicitude
"concerned parents of youthful offenders"
"was concerned about the future"
"we feel concerned about accomplishing the task at hand"
"greatly concerned not to disappoint a small child"
<-> unconcerned

{adj: defeated, disappointed, discomfited, foiled, frustrated, thwarted} disappointingly unsuccessful
"disappointed expectations and thwarted ambitions"
"their foiled attempt to capture Calais"
"many frustrated poets end as pipe-smoking teachers"
"his best efforts were thwarted"

{adj: disappointing, dissatisfactory, unsatisfying} not up to expectations
"a disappointing performance from one who had seemed so promising"

{adj: rejective} rejecting or tending to reject
"rejective or overcritical attitudes of disappointed parents"
<-> acceptive

{adj: winless} having no wins
"the team had a very disappointing winless season"

{adv: bitterly} indicating something hard to accept
"he was bitterly disappointed"

{adv: disappointedly} in disappointment; in a disappointed manner
"she left the gambling table disappointedly"

{adv: disappointingly} in a disappointing manner
"the discoverer of argon, Sir William Ramsay, looked disappointingly ordinary"

{adv: rather, instead} on the contrary
"rather than disappoint the children, he did two quick tricks before he left"
"he didn't call; rather (or instead), he wrote her a letter"
"used English terms instead of Latin ones"

{n: Call} a special disposition (as if from a divine source) to pursue a particular course
"he was disappointed that he had not heard the Call"

{n: anticlimax, bathos} a change from a serious subject to a disappointing one

{n: anticlimax} a disappointing decline after a previous rise
"the anticlimax of a brilliant career"

{n: bummer} an experience that is irritating or frustrating or disappointing
"having to stand in line so long was a real bummer"

{n: disappointment, dashing hopes} an act (or failure to act) that disappoints someone

{n: far cry} a disappointing disparity
"it was a far cry from what he had expected"

{n: portfolio} a list of the financial assets held by an individual or a bank or other financial institution
"they were disappointed by the poor returns on their stock portfolio"

{n: shock, blow} an unpleasant or disappointing surprise
"it came as a shock to learn that he was injured"

{n: softness} a state of declining financial condition
"orders have recently picked up after a period of extreme softness"
"he attributes the disappointing results to softness in the economy"

{v: chase away, drive out, turn back, drive away, dispel, drive off, run off} force to go away ; used both with concrete and metaphoric meanings
"Drive away potential burglars"
"drive away bad thoughts"
"dispel doubts"
"The supermarket had to turn back many disappointed customers"

{v: cheer, cheer up, jolly along, jolly up} cause (somebody) to feel happier or more cheerful
"She tried to cheer up the disappointed child when he failed to win the spelling bee"

{v: choke} fail to perform adequately due to tension or agitation
"The team should have won hands down but choked, disappointing the coach and the audience"

{v: disappoint, let down} fail to meet the hopes or expectations of
"Her boyfriend let her down when he did not propose marriage"

{v: fail, betray} disappoint, prove undependable to ; abandon, forsake
"His sense of smell failed him this time"
"His strength finally failed him"
"His children failed him in the crisis"

{v: fall} assume a disappointed or sad expression
"Her face fell when she heard that she would be laid off"
"his crest fell"

{v: work out} happen in a certain way, leading to, producing, or resulting in a certain outcome, often well
"Things worked out in an interesting way"
"Not everything worked out in the end and we were disappointed"

So far attempts to make artificial organs have been disappointing:
迄今为止,制作人造器官的尝试是令人失望的:
nature is hard to mimic.
因为自然的东西是很难模仿的。

It did not disappoint. The muddy water rose higher until, at last, the critical seventh step was reached.
果然不出所料,浑浊的河水竟不断地高涨,终于淹到了至关重要的第七级台阶。

So I was disappointed when a favorite classic movie came in a little murky and my favorite Sinead O'Connor video skipped a few beats.
结果当我喜爱的一部经典影片画面出现一些模糊,我的偶像辛妮·奥康纳的影片少了几帧的时候,我真有些失望。

But those of us who hoped, with Kolb, that Kolb's newly published complete edition of Proust's correspondence for 1909 would docu- ment the process in greater detail are disappointed.
但我们当中的某些人,与科尔布(Kolb)一起,期望科尔布新近出版的普鲁斯特1909年通信全集能够更为详尽地记载这一过程,结果是大失所望。

Reformers were deeply disappointed in the poor showing of their favorite, Mostafa Moin, who trailed fifth in the seven-candidate field.
改革派对他们支持的候选人莫恩在选举中表现不佳深表失望。他在七个候选人当中名列第五。

A statement issued by the U.S.-led coalition in Iraq says it is 'aggressively' investigating who took the pictures and how they were made public. The statement says the photos were taken in what it calls "clear violation" of procedures, and appear to be more than a year old. It says the command is "disappointed at the possibility that someone responsible for the security, welfare and detention of Saddam would take and provide these photos for public release."
美国领导的驻伊拉克联军发表的声明说,有关照片是谁拍摄的和如何公布于众的调查正在紧张进行。声明说拍摄这些照片明显违反了禁令。照片可能拍摄于一年多前。声明说司令官对负责萨达姆的安全、福利和拘留的人员可能拍摄并将这些照片公布于众感到失望。

"Although it's disappointing to see that the violence that has ensued since my last visit has resulted in an Iraq where it is more difficult to move around, there's no doubt in my mind that the long-term future of the Iraqi people is far brighter and that the transition to power in the hands of the Iraqi people has and is occurring," she said.
她说:“尽管我上次访问之后发生的暴力活动使人在伊拉克的行动更加困难了,这一点令人失望,但是我绝对不怀疑,伊拉克人民的长远未来要光明得多。我们已经而且正在继续向伊拉克人民移交权力。”

In an interview with the French news agency, AFP, Wednesday, Secretary of State Colin Powell said he was disappointed that other nations have not followed the United States' lead in terming the Janjaweed-led campaign in Darfur as genocide. Such action he said, would have ratcheted-up the pressure on the Khartoum government to curb the violence.
星期三,美国国务卿鲍威尔在接受法新社采访的时候表示,他对其它国家没有跟美国一起把阿拉伯民兵马枪队在达尔富尔地区的暴行称作种族灭绝感到失望。他说,如果各国都认定那里发生了种族灭绝的行为,就会增加对喀土穆政府的压力,让喀土穆政府控制暴力活动。


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