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bum someone out

Definition of bum someone out in English:

North American Make someone feel annoyed, upset, or disappointed: I was assigned the day shift, which bummed me out
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  • You don't like others to control you, so when your parents give you a list of chores, it bums you out!
  • I've got to tell you something that may bum you out.
  • IHe's in a sour mood right now so I hope this doesn't bum him out too badly.
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