-you were disappointing
The word defraudabais is the imperfect form of defraudar in the second person plural.
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A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
transitive verb
1. (to dissatisfy)
a. to disappoint
La banda dio un concierto pésimo que defraudó a sus seguidores.The band put on a bad show that disappointed the fans.
b. to let down
Mis padres van a pagar por mis estudios, así que no los voy a defraudar.My parents will pay for my education, so I won't let them down.
c. to dash (hope)
Sus declaraciones negativas defraudaron nuestras esperanzas de lograr un acuerdo.His negative statements dashed our hopes of working out an agreement.
2. (to swindle)
a. to defraud
López defraudó al departamento de impuestos cuando realizó la compra del yate.Lopez defrauded the tax department when he purchased the yacht.
b. to cheat
El empresario defraudó a las autoridades en reiteradas ocasiones y fue encarcelado.The businessman cheated the authorities many times and was incarcerated.
c. to evade (taxes)
El magnate fue procesado por defraudar impuestos.The magnate was prosecuted for evading taxes.
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A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
transitive verb
1. (decepcionar)
a. to disappoint
su última película me defraudó muchoI was very disappointed by his last film
creí que podría contar contigo, pero me has defraudadoI thought I could count on you, but you've let me down
2. (estafar)
a. to defraud
defraudar a Haciendato practice tax evasion
An intransitive verb is one that does not require a direct object (e.g. The man sneezed.).
intransitive verb
3. (decepcionar)
a. to be disappointing, to disappoint
reapareció Carreras y no defraudóCarreras made a reappearance and did not disappoint
transitive verb
1 (decepcionar) [+persona] to disappoint; [+esperanzas] to dash; disappoint; [+amigos] to let down
este libro no te defraudará you won't be disappointed by this book
2 (Com) [+acreedores] to cheat; defraud
defraudar impuestos to evade one's taxes
3 (Física) to intercept; cut off
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