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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdissatisfieddis‧sat‧is‧fied /dɪˈsætəsfaɪd, dɪsˈsæ-/ ●○○ adjective  SATISFIEDnot satisfied because something is not as good as you had expected opp satisfied dissatisfied clientsdissatisfied with If you are dissatisfied with this product, please return it.
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dissatisfiedAlternatively, if you are an objector, any amendments may still leave you feeling dissatisfied.Road maintenance was the biggest source of complaint, with 54% dissatisfied.You may find that an overqualified person will quickly become dissatisfied and leave.This is particularly bad in London and, as a result, dissatisfied clients are looking to the merits of regionally-based firms.In any event, a dissatisfied enquirer can be a disgruntled member!Then he saw the watchful, ruthless, dissatisfied eyes.Others were dissatisfied rusticated youth and unemployed urban workers with Red Guard backgrounds.dissatisfied withWe hope to attract customers who are dissatisfied with their present health insurance.
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