let down (1)
This page is about the phrasal verb let down (1).
Meaning: If you let someone down, you disappoint them by not doing what they expect you to do.Synonym: disappoint
- let sb down Louise is very reliable. She always works hard and she's never let us down.
- let down sb Our goalkeeper was really upset about making the mistake and letting in the goal. He said he'd let down his teammates, his club and the fans.
James felt that he'd let his parents down when he
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Contributor: Matt Errey