disappointed

英 [dɪsə'pɒɪntɪd] 美 ['dɪsə'pɔɪntɪd]
  • adj. 失望的,沮丧的;受挫折的
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disappointed (adj.)
1550s, past participle adjective from disappoint. Related: Disappointedly.
1. When things go wrong, all of us naturally feel disappointed and frustrated.
出问题时,我们大家自然都感到失望和沮丧。

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2. She will be disappointed if her feelings are not returned.
如果她的感情得不到回报,她会感到非常失望。

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3. I was disappointed whenever the cook found fault with my work.
每当厨师挑剔我干的活儿时,我都非常沮丧。

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4. And so, to answer your question, that's why your mother is disappointed.
现在可以回答你的问题了,你母亲失望的原因就在这里。

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5. You should have accepted that. I'm disappointed in you.
你本应该接受那个的,我对你很失望。

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