Letdown meaning

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A decrease, decline, or relaxation, as of effort or energy.
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A disappointment.

The cancellation of the game was a real letdown.

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The descent made by an aircraft in order to land.
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A physiological response in lactating females, activated usually in response to sucking or crying by an infant, in which milk previously secreted into the alveoli of the breasts is released into the ducts that lead to the nipple.
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A slowing up or feeling of dejection, as after great excitement, effort, etc.
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The gliding descent of an airplane as it prepares to land.
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A disappointment or disillusionment.
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A decrease, decline, or relaxation, as of effort or energy.
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A physiological response in lactating females, activated usually in response to sucking or crying by an infant, in which milk previously secreted into the alveoli of the breasts is released into the ducts that lead to the nipple.
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Alternative form of let-down.
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(idiomatic) A disappointment or anticlimax.

After seeing all the advertisements, the show itself was quite a let-down.

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The neurohormonal release of milk in dairy cows or in breastfeeding human mothers.
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