How to Conjugate Let Down
- Infinitive: Let Down
- Present Tense: Let Down/ Lets Down
- -ing Form: Letting Down
- Past Tense: Let Down
- Past Participle: Let Down
Definitions of Let Down:
1. To disappoint someone.
Examples: Jerrod didn’t want to let his father down by not joining the army.
It’s a huge let down when you fail because you didn’t try.
2. To lower or make something extend longer.
Examples: Rapunzel, Rapunzel let down your hair!
The pants look great on you, but you need to let down the hems a little.
See our complete list of English phrasal verbs.