disappoint definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To are not able to fulfill the hope, need, or expectation of.
    • To frustrate or thwart: "I will not disappoint the confidence you have put in me” ( Wayne A. Budd).
    • To defeat of expectation or hope; to impede from the attainment of this which was expected, hoped, or desired; to balk
    • To frustrate; to fail; to hinder of outcome.
    • To don't match the hope, desire, or expectation of.
    • To irritate or thwart: "i am going to maybe not disappoint the confidence you have added me” ( Wayne A. Budd).
    • To conquer of expectation or hope; to hinder from the attainment of that that has been expected, hoped, or desired; to balk
    • To irritate; to fail; to impede of outcome.
    • To fail to match the hope, need, or expectation of.
    • To frustrate or thwart: "I'll perhaps not disappoint the self-confidence you've got invest me” ( Wayne A. Budd).
    • To beat of hope or hope; to hinder from the attainment of that which was anticipated, hoped, or desired; to balk
    • To frustrate; to fail; to impede of outcome.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To cause frustration.
    • resulting in dissatisfaction.
    • To cause frustration.
  • verb:
    • To displease by e.g. underperforming
    • neglect to meet with the hopes or expectations of
    • To displease by e.g. underperforming
    • neglect to meet the hopes or expectations of
    • To displease by e.g. underperforming
    • don't meet with the hopes or objectives of
  • others:
    • To frustrate the desire or expectation of; balk or thwart in regard to one thing intended, expected, or wished; conquer the goal or might of: as, try not to disappoint us by remaining away; becoming let down in or of your respective hopes, or just around the elements.
    • To defeat the understanding or fulfilment of; frustrate; balk; foil; thwart: as, to disappoint a person's hopes or plans.
    • To impede of intended result; frustrate; foil.
    • To irritate the desire or expectation of; balk or thwart regarding something intended, expected, or wished; conquer the goal or will of: as, try not to disappoint united states by remaining away; is let down in or of your respective hopes, or around the weather.
    • To conquer the understanding or fulfilment of; frustrate; balk; foil; thwart: as, to disappoint a person's hopes or plans.
    • To hinder of desired result; frustrate; foil.
    • To irritate the need or expectation of; balk or thwart in regard to one thing intended, expected, or wanted; beat the aim or might of: as, never disappoint us by keeping away; to-be let down in or of one's hopes, or around the current weather.
    • To conquer the realization or fulfilment of; frustrate; balk; foil; thwart: because, to disappoint a man's hopes or plans.
    • To hinder of intended impact; frustrate; foil.

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