n disappointing end to a series of events which had seemed likely to become more interesting, exciting or impressive 令人扫兴的结局
*The holiday itself was rather an anticlimax after all the excitement of planning it. 尽管计划度假时兴致勃勃, 而到头来假日本身却颇为扫兴.
n [U and C]
a situation or event that does not seem exciting because it happens after something that was much better
Going back to work after a month travelling in China was bound to be an anticlimax.
Variant of YAAKOV
. Akiba ben Joseph was a prominent 1st-century Jewish sage.