disappointingly


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dis·ap·point·ing

 (dĭs′ə-poin′tĭng)
adj.
Not up to expectations or hopes: a disappointing test score; finished the marathon in a disappointing 12th place.

dis′ap·point′ing·ly adv.
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Adv.1.disappointingly - in a disappointing manner; "the discoverer of argon, Sir William Ramsay, looked disappointingly ordinary"
Translations

disappointingly

[ˌdɪsəˈpɔɪntɪŋlɪ] ADV [react, lose] → de manera decepcionante
the boat performed disappointingly in the raceel barco tuvo una actuación decepcionante en la regata
progress is disappointingly slowel progreso es tan lento que resulta decepcionante
disappointingly, nothing happenedlamentablemente, no pasó nada, lo decepcionante fue que no pasó nada

disappointingly

[ˌdɪsəˈpɔɪntɪŋli] adv
disappointingly slow → d'une lenteur décevante
a disappointingly small crowd → une foule décevante
disappointingly, ... → à ma (or notre ) grande déception, ..., à la grande déception de tous, ...

disappointingly

adventtäuschend; (introducing sentence) → leider; she performed disappointinglysie enttäuschte; rather disappointingly, he didn’t have the opportunityes war ziemlich enttäuschend, dass er keine Gelegenheit dazu hatte, leider hatte er keine Gelegenheit dazu

disappointingly

[ˌdɪsəˈpɔɪntɪŋlɪ] advin modo deludente
References in classic literature ?
The last three, which Agatha liked, helped to make the contrast between Alton and London tolerable to her, but they had their drawbacks, for good partners at the dances, and good performances at the spiritless opera and concerts, were disappointingly scarce.
"All about it" proved to be disappointingly little, and yet there was enough to assure us that the case before us might well be worthy of the expert's closest attention.
The director said only five rural schools participated in this year's science fair, which is disappointingly low since there are more than 20 rural schools within the region.
Disappointingly, new medical colleges have yet to become functional because of lack of funds.
Having become accustomed to break-neck growth, the volume of container traffic between Asia and East Coast North America was disappointingly low for carriers in April and May, but things appear to have returned to normal in June.
NICOLA Sturgeon's income tax plans were slammed as "disappointingly timid" yesterday after she refused to increase rates for Scotland's highest earners.
Many companies faced cash-flow emergencies with 18 per cent of invoices paid late, while moves to tackle the problem have been 'disappointingly slow,' says R3.
Maghull RBL (A) look like they are finishing the campaign rather disappointingly as they were held to a 3-3 draw with St Cuthbert's (A), the outcome still sees the Maghull side in third.
He is now going to leave the station for the courts but, disappointingly, he's not going to be a judge, he'll just be a lawyer.
That may seem a disappointingly modest objective for fans anticipating, at worst, mid-table comfort this time around, but the reality is that Wolves find themselves in a squabble of teams separated by barely a coat of paint.
And although the end is disappointingly obvious, it's a good beginning for Jacob's new career.
Considering the number of other events gracing the Welsh sporting calendar the focus of our TV sports editors is disappointingly limited.