disappointment countable and uncountable (plural disappointments)
uncountable The emotion felt when a strongly held expectation is not met.
#:Choking back his disappointment after his own team's splendid wins against Liverpool and Aston Villa, he said: "I've got to be humble and say we were beaten by a very good side." — Today, News Group Newspapers Ltd, 1992
countable A circumstance in which a strongly held expectation is not met.
#:As the disappointments crowded in — the economy, Rhodesia, strife within the trade-union movement — w:Harold Wilson|Wilson tried the expedient of a semi-formal inner Cabinet, or Parliamentary Committee, as he misleadingly liked to call it. — Cabinet, Hennessy, Peter, Basil Blackwell Ltd, 1990
Czech: zklamÃ¡nÃ n
German: EnttÃ¤uschung f
Hebrew: ××××× (akhzava) f
Polish: rozczarowanie n, zawÃ³d m
Slovene: razoÄaranje n
Spanish: decepciÃ³n f