Definition of bringdown in US English:

bringdown

noun

  • A disappointment or letdown; comedown.

    • ‘Things are probably bleak enough without me being such a bringdown.’
    • ‘I’m gonna write a sketch about what a bringdown the third king is.’
    • ‘Sorry to be such a bringdown, but what may be fun for you is selfish when you shove it down everyone else's throat.’
    • ‘The appearance of the band here is a bit of a bringdown - of all the bands I loved, they've aged worst.’
    • ‘He was one of the few interesting songwriters of the bringdown early 70's.’

Pronunciation

bringdown

/ˈbriNGdoun/