dissatisfied with (someone or something)

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dissatisfied with (someone or something)

Unhappy with or disappointed in someone or something. My parents are really dissatisfied with my grades this semester because they know I can do better. Don't go to that car wash—I was completely dissatisfied with their service the last time I went there.
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*dissatisfied with

(someone or something) unhappy with someone or something. (*Typically:be ~; grow ~.) We are quite dissatisfied with the service provided by the dealer. I am not dissatisfied with you.
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