letting down

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the act of causing something to move to a lower level


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Reaping The Reward travelled best but found little after trading at 1.57, while Aachen touched 1.27 when seeing off that rival yet couldn't hold Soll's rally, letting down backers at 1.27.
THE Tories have been accused of "letting down" forces veterans who hit hard times and end up in prison.
SCOTLAND Yard yesterday admitted letting down victims of police racism after it was criticised by a watchdog.
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To ask for more backing on important nights implies that the fans are in some way letting down the players.
If there is a grain of substance to these claims, the prison authorities are badly letting down those who end up behind bars.
"He was my captain, so he was the guy I was letting down by not performing.
Summary: Failures in England's education system are fuelling crime and letting down the country's poorest boys, research suggests.