Translation of disappointment in Spanish:

disappointment

Pronunciation: /ˌdɪsəˈpɔɪntmənt/

n

  • 1.1 u (emotion) desilusión (f), decepción (f) much to my disappointment, our plans fell through para mi gran desilusión, nos fallaron los planes book now to avoid disappointment para no llevarse desilusiones, haga ahora su reserva 1.2 c (letdown) decepción (f), chasco (m) the meal turned out to be a great disappointment la comida resultó decepcionante or fue un chasco disappointments in love desengaños (mpl) amorosos their daughter's a big disappointment to them su hija los ha decepcionado mucho
    More example sentences
    • And yet there lingers a hint of disappointment at certain elements of their cricket.
    • You can read in the paintings the emptiness and disappointment at the end of the huge party.
    • I am writing to express my great disappointment to learn that one of your employees has been sacked.

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