disappointed


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dis·ap·point·ed

 (dĭs′ə-poin′tĭd)
adj.
Thwarted in hope, desire, or expectation.

dis′ap·point′ed·ly adv.

disappointed

(ˌdɪsəˈpɔɪntɪd)
adj
saddened by the failure of an expectation, etc
ˌdisapˈpointedly adv

dis•ap•point•ed

(ˌdɪs əˈpɔɪn tɪd)

adj.
1. discouraged by the failure of one's hopes: a disappointed applicant.
2. Obs. inadequately appointed; ill-equipped.
[1545–55]
dis`ap•point′ed•ly, adv.

pleased

disappointed

The following adjectives can be used to indicate how pleased or disappointed someone is. They are arranged from 'most pleased' to 'most disappointed':

  • thrilled, overjoyed
    I was so thrilled to get a good report from him.
    He was overjoyed at his son's return.
  • delighted
    I know Frank will be delighted to see you.
  • glad, pleased
    The people seem genuinely glad to see you.
    They're pleased to be going home.
  • satisfied
    We are not satisfied with these results.
  • resigned, philosophical
    Pauline was already resigned to losing her home.
    I was always philosophical about being ill.
  • disappointed
    I was disappointed that Kluge was not there.
  • upset
    After she died I felt very, very upset.
  • shattered, devastated
    It is desperately sad news and I am absolutely shattered to hear it.
    Teresa was devastated, her dreams shattered.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.disappointed - 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"
unsuccessful - not successful; having failed or having an unfavorable outcome

disappointed

Translations
خَائِبُ الَأمَلخائِب الأمَل
zklamanýrozčarovaný
skuffet
pettynyt
razočaran
csalódott
vonsvikinn
失望した
실망한
rozczarowanyzawiedziony
sklamaný
razočaran
besviken
ผิดหวัง
düş kırıklığına uğramışhayal kırıklığına uğramış
thất vọng

disappointed

[ˌdɪsəˈpɔɪntɪd] ADJ [person] → decepcionado, desilusionado; [hopes] → frustrado
she'll be terribly disappointed when she hears the newsse llevará una gran decepción or una desilusión muy grande cuando se entere de la noticia
she's disappointed about or at having to give up her careersiente mucho tener que dejar su carrera
to be disappointed by sthestar decepcionado por algo
I'm disappointed in youme has defraudado, me has decepcionado
she gave me a disappointed lookme miró decepcionada, me dirigió una mirada de decepción
I was disappointed that my mother was not thereme sentí defraudada porque mi madre no estaba allí, me decepcionó (el) que mi madre no estuviera allí
to be disappointed to see/learn sthquedar decepcionado or defraudado al ver/enterarse de algo
we were disappointed not to see hersentimos mucho no verla
to be disappointed with sthestar decepcionado con algo
they are disappointed with the resultestán decepcionados con el resultado, el resultado los ha decepcionado
if you see him on stage you won't be disappointedsi lo ves actuar no te defraudará or decepcionará

disappointed

[ˌdɪsəˈpɔɪntɪd] adj
[person] → déçu(e)
to be disappointed with sth → être déçu(e) par qch, être déçu(e) de qch
to be disappointed at sth → être déçu(e) par qch, être déçu(e) de qch
to be disappointed in sb → être déçu(e) par qn
to be disappointed that ... → être déçu(e) que ...
[hopes, expectations] → déçu(e)

disappointed

adjenttäuscht; she was disappointed to find/learn that …sie war enttäuscht, als sie feststellte/erfuhr, dass …; to be disappointed that …enttäuscht (darüber) sein, dass …; to be disappointed in or with or by somebody/somethingvon jdm/etw enttäuscht sein; he was disappointed in loveer erlebte eine Enttäuschung in der Liebe; he was disappointed at having to pull out of the raceer war enttäuscht (darüber), dass er aus dem Rennen ausscheiden musste

disappointed

[ˌdɪsəˈpɔɪntɪd] adjdeluso/a

disappoint

(disəˈpoint) verb
to fail to fulfil the hopes or expectations of. London disappointed her after all she had heard about it.
ˌdisapˈpointed adjective
I was disappointed to hear that the party had been cancelled; a group of disappointed children.
disapˈpointing adjective
disappointing results.
ˌdisapˈpointment noun
Her disappointment was obvious from her face; His failure was a great disappointment to his wife.

disappointed

خَائِبُ الَأمَل zklamaný skuffet enttäuscht απογοητευμένος decepcionado pettynyt déçu razočaran deluso 失望した 실망한 teleurgesteld skuffet rozczarowany dececionado, decepcionado разочарованный besviken ผิดหวัง hayal kırıklığına uğramış thất vọng 失望的
References in classic literature ?
You see, Clennam,' he happened to remark in the course of conversation one day, when they were walking near the Cottage within a week of the marriage, 'I am a disappointed man.
Not disappointed in him, but in my own feeling; I had expected more.
I shall be very disappointed if I don't get out to the Front again soon, sir," the young man declared simply.
Gradgrind, knitting his brow, 'that the result of your probation there has disappointed me; has greatly disappointed me.
Venus was much disappointed and again caused her to return to her former shape.
He has been disappointed of some friends' arrival whom he expected to meet here, and as he is now pretty well, is in a hurry to get home.
Among all the spectators whom Van Baerle's execution had attracted to the Buytenhof, and whom the sudden turn of affairs had disagreeably surprised, undoubtedly the one most disappointed was a certain respectably dressed burgher, who from early morning had made such a good use of his feet and elbows that he at last was separated from the scaffold only by the file of soldiers which surrounded it.
The little fellow patronized the feeble and disappointed old man.
Her sister was slightly offended; but the event proved Matilda was right: the disappointed lover performed his pastoral duties as usual.
Lynde says, `Blessed are they who expect nothing for they shall not be disappointed.
I meant no more than to put the matter in its true light before you; though I acknowledge I did it selfishly enough, for I am disappointed.
returning to his letter, she was disappointed at the outset.