Meaning of the English Phrasal Verb
English teaching for English Language Learners (ELL) who are learning to speak English as a Second Language (ESL) or English as an Additional Language (EAL)
let someone down
- fail to support, or help, someone as they had expected or hoped
1. Don’t count on him. He never does what he says he will. He will let you down.
2. Thank you for the opportunity to handle this project. I won’t let you down!
3. People have high expectations for this fundraiser. I hope the organizer doesn’t let them down.
4. If you hire me, I won’t let you down.
Note: Many phrasal verbs have several definitions. All the definitions may not be shown here.
|present –||LET DOWN|
|present participle –||LETTING DOWN|
|past –||LET DOWN|
|past participle –||LET DOWN|