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1to be disappointed at -ingto be disappointed with sthto be disappointed in sth/sbto be disappointed — estar desilusionado / decepcionado
2(look/sigh) de desilusiónhe returned a disappointed man — volvió desilusionado / decepcionado / desengañado de todo
- But I am bitterly disappointed not just with the result but our overall performance.
- I smiled at him, an in return got a slightly disappointed look from him.
- I looked to see him standing in the doorway with an extremely disappointed look on his face.
- 'I wish she could go though' thought Damion with a somewhat disappointed look on his face.
- Ricky gives a somewhat disappointed sigh and I can just hear the frown on his lips.
- However, the way it was handled left me extremely disappointed.
- Mel had been surprised to find herself extremely disappointed when it was time to go home.
- In an angry and slightly disappointed tone, Richard replied, "You know, you're absolutely right, Jess."
- On the handful of occasions I have eaten it, it's left me terribly disappointed.
- Tessa replies, and I am surprised to find myself genuinely disappointed as she stands.
- I was also very disappointed that Cork could not take their defeat like men.
- Brooke could hear Walker's disappointed sigh, but she just couldn't do it.
- I cannot however see what impact this has on the disappointed beneficiary's remedy.
- The beneficiary electing against an instrument is required to do no more than to compensate the disappointed beneficiaries.
- I got four emails from disappointed fans letting me know it was gone.
- With disappointed fans flooding out of the stadium, the game fizzled to a tame conclusion.
- There was a disappointed frown on her brow as the swirling symphony of notes surrounded us.
- His mouth was twisting into a deep, disappointed frown.
- There was a disappointed groan from the audience, and I grinned at them.
- The young woman shook her head with a disappointed frown.
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