let (someone) down

let (someone) down
Definition: to disappoint someone, usually by not doing what you said you would do.
E.g.1: He felt a great responsibility on his shoulders and didn’t want to let anyone down.
E.g.2:I’m sorry for letting you down at the last minute, but I’m afraid I can’t take you to the airport.
This phrasal verb can’t be separated.

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