Vietnamese English Dictionary

Tiếng Việt - English

thất vọng in English:

1. disappointment

Her disappointment was apparent to everyone.
He failed in the scheme, much to the disappointment of his father.
I found it something of a disappointment.
The picnic was a disappointment.
Her face expressed her bitter disappointment.
Some wise man has said life consists of one disappointment after another.
Everyone could easily see his disappointment.
To Bob's disappointment, several of those who had promised to help him afterwards backed out.
His suicide came as a result of his disappointment in love.
Such was Linda's disappointment that she burst into tears.
It was a bitter disappointment to him when he failed his examination.
A holiday during which it rains all the time can be a real disappointment.
He turned out to be a real disappointment after we went through hell and high water to find him.
Get ​tickets early to ​avoid disappointment.

English word "thất vọng"(disappointment) occurs in sets:

1000 danh từ tiếng Anh 901 - 950

2. disappointed

Don't be disappointed.
If she expects them to give her five days off work with pay, she's going to be disappointed.
We are born crying, spend our lives complaining, and die disappointed.
Blessed is the man who expects nothing, for he shall never be disappointed.
If nobody knows what's coming next, nobody will be disappointed.
In some situations, telling a white lie could be used to avoid people to be disappointed or get angry by or with someone.
They should not wait for help to come to them from elsewhere, or they will be disappointed.
I was extremely disappointed to see our national soccer team suffer a historic loss.
How disappointed my parents would be, if I should fail!
A four-year-old American tourist was disappointed to realize that, in fact, the Sichuan province is not entirely made of spicy beef, in spite of its famously piquant cuisine.
You may be disappointed if you fail, but you are doomed if you don't try.
Jennifer is very disappointed about the concert being cancelled. She really had her heart set on going.
Christopher Columbus once decided to burn absolutely everything in an entire village after one of the natives stole his parrot. He was disappointed that he couldn't burn their water. So he invented fluorine.
We were ​deeply disappointed at/about the ​result. / His ​parents were ​bitterly disappointed in/with him.
His parents were bitterly disappointed in/with him. He was disappointed to find they'd already left. She was disappointed (that) they hadn't phoned.

3. disappointing

It was disappointing that nobody ate the expensive sushi I had served.
Last night's concert was disappointing.
The result proved disappointing.
I know he will only continue disappointing me, but I can't help loving him.
To sum up, we can say that his new novel is disappointing.
Nothing is more disappointing than to lose in the finals.
A blanket of silence fell over everyone when they heard the disappointing announcement.
Corporate earnings for the first quarter were disappointing.
The game ended with a disappointing score of 2–2.
Even taken on its own terms, the book is disappointing.
A disappointing baseball season usually means that your favorite team lost a lot of games.
It was disappointing not to win a medal, but I still made history!
The ​response to ​our ​advertisement has been ​somewhat disappointing.
The film was rather disappointing. I expected something much better.
The speaker didn't know his subject, nor did he speak well; in short, he was disappointing.

4. dismay

The news has been greeted with dismay by local business leaders.
The speech he gave dismayed me.
to his dismay, she left him
Aid workers were said to have been filled with dismay by the appalling conditions that the refugees were living in.
I note with dismay that his election may be harmful to our country
One morning at breakfast we children were informed to our utter dismay that we could no longer be permitted to run absolutely wild.
I note with dismay that
To the detective superintendent's dismay, the statue of limitations eventually put an end to the matter.
The public mood in Britain is one of growing dismay
She discovered, to her dismay, that her exam was a whole month earlier than she'd expected
The EU has been dismayingly ambiguous regarding Bahrain, in particular
they were dismayed by the U-turn in policy
When Joan discovered that her grandson had been skipping classes, her dismay was immense; she was extremely disappointed with him.
dismay (v)
The astronaut lost his grip on the wrench and all he could do was watch in dismay as it floated serenely away.

5. dismayed

If you are dismayed by something, it makes you feel afraid, worried, or sad.
I was dismayed at the news.
The behavior of her children in public dismayed her.