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To fail to fulfill the hopes or expectations of
“You didn't let down your family, either. You said it yourself. You did what you felt was necessary to keep the peace.”
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To bring down or cause to descend
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“The signalman must quickly let down the flag and place it on the spot from where he took it.”
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To deflate, such as by removing air from
“Sure, I'd let down the tires on his car at a convention last year, but it had just been a bit of fun.”
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(of clothing) To lengthen by undoing and resewing a hem
“If it is not possible to let down the hem, a band of fur can be added to the bottom of the coat.”
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(of clothing) To undo a hem, typically in order to resew and lengthen it
“Carefully seam rip the hem stitches from the hem to let down the hem for the extra length.”
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To cheat or betray
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Fail to keep an appointment with
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To expose or reveal the true nature or character of
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To fill with alarm or depression
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Leave much to be desired
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Back out of
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Be disloyal
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To bend or hang downwards limply
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To cover completely with water
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To relax or be at ease
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To spend one's time in an aimless, idle way
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Being disappointed by something or someone
“Maybe I was feeling let down by her. She never told me her new address.”
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Reduced
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(of a person) In a state of unhappiness or despondency
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An object, person or endeavor in a state of failure
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A disappointing end to an exciting or impressive series of events
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An act of disloyalty
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