posted by rfvv on .
Don't let me down.
(What is the part of speech of 'down' in this sentence? And what is the meaning of 'down' here?)
To let someone down is an idiom.
The word "down" is an adverb, and in this sense it's part of an idiom, too. The whole idiom means to disappoint.
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