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up·set

 (ŭp-sĕt′)
tr.v. up·set, up·set·ting, up·sets
1. To cause to overturn; knock or tip over: upset the flowerpot.
2.
a. To disturb the functioning, order, or course of: Protesters upset the meeting by chanting and shouting. See Synonyms at overthrow.
b. To cause (the stomach) to feel ill.
3. To distress or perturb mentally or emotionally: The bad news upset me.
4. (ŭp′sĕt′) To defeat unexpectedly (an opponent favored to win).
5. To make (a heated metal bolt, for example) shorter and thicker by hammering on the end.
n. (ŭp′sĕt′)
1. The act of upsetting or the condition of being upset: the upset of the vase.
2.
a. A disturbance, disorder, or state of agitation: an upset of my routine.
b. A condition of indigestion: a remedy for stomach upset.
3. A game, contest, or election in which the favorite is defeated.
4.
a. A tool used for upsetting; a swage.
b. An upset part or piece.
adj.
1. Having been overturned: an upset vase.
2. Exhibiting signs and symptoms of indigestion: an upset stomach.
3. In a state of emotional or mental distress; distraught: upset parents.

[Middle English upsetten, to set up : up-, up- + setten, to set; see set1.]

up·set′ter n.
up·set′ting·ly adv.

upset

vb (mainly tr) , -sets, -setting or -set
1. (also intr) to tip or be tipped over; overturn, capsize, or spill
2. to disturb the normal state, course, or stability of: to upset the balance of nature.
3. to disturb mentally or emotionally
4. to defeat or overthrow, usually unexpectedly
5. to make physically ill: seafood always upsets my stomach.
6. (Metallurgy) to thicken or spread (the end of a bar, rivet, etc) by forging, hammering, or swagging
n
7. an unexpected defeat or reversal, as in a contest or plans
8. a disturbance or disorder of the emotions, body, etc
9. (Tools) a tool used to upset a bar or rivet; swage
10. (Metallurgy) a tool used to upset a bar or rivet; swage
11. (Metallurgy) a forging or bar that has been upset in preparation for further processing
adj
12. overturned or capsized
13. emotionally or physically disturbed or distressed
14. disordered; confused
15. defeated or overthrown
[C14 (in the sense: to set up, erect; C19 in the sense: to overthrow); related to Middle High German ūfsetzen to put on, Middle Dutch opzetten]
upˈsettable adj
upˈsetter n
upˈsetting adj
upˈsettingly adv

up•set

(v., adj. ʌpˈsɛt; n. ˈʌpˌsɛt)

v. -set, -set•ting,
n., adj. v.t.
1. to overturn: to upset a glass of milk.
2. to disturb mentally or emotionally; distress: The accident upset her.
3. to disturb completely; throw into disorder: to upset a plan.
4. to disturb physically.
5. to defeat (an opponent that is favored), as in politics or sports.
v.i.
6. to become upset or overturned.
n.
7. an upsetting or instance of being upset; overturn; overthrow.
8. the unexpected defeat of an opponent that is favored.
9. a nervous, irritable state of mind.
10. a disturbance or disorder.
adj.
11. overturned.
12. disordered; disorganized.
13. distressed; disturbed.
[1300–50]
up•set′ter, n.

upset


Past participle: upset
Gerund: upsetting

Imperative
upset
upset
Present
I upset
you upset
he/she/it upsets
we upset
you upset
they upset
Preterite
I upset
you upset
he/she/it upset
we upset
you upset
they upset
Present Continuous
I am upsetting
you are upsetting
he/she/it is upsetting
we are upsetting
you are upsetting
they are upsetting
Present Perfect
I have upset
you have upset
he/she/it has upset
we have upset
you have upset
they have upset
Past Continuous
I was upsetting
you were upsetting
he/she/it was upsetting
we were upsetting
you were upsetting
they were upsetting
Past Perfect
I had upset
you had upset
he/she/it had upset
we had upset
you had upset
they had upset
Future
I will upset
you will upset
he/she/it will upset
we will upset
you will upset
they will upset
Future Perfect
I will have upset
you will have upset
he/she/it will have upset
we will have upset
you will have upset
they will have upset
Future Continuous
I will be upsetting
you will be upsetting
he/she/it will be upsetting
we will be upsetting
you will be upsetting
they will be upsetting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been upsetting
you have been upsetting
he/she/it has been upsetting
we have been upsetting
you have been upsetting
they have been upsetting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been upsetting
you will have been upsetting
he/she/it will have been upsetting
we will have been upsetting
you will have been upsetting
they will have been upsetting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been upsetting
you had been upsetting
he/she/it had been upsetting
we had been upsetting
you had been upsetting
they had been upsetting
Conditional
I would upset
you would upset
he/she/it would upset
we would upset
you would upset
they would upset
Past Conditional
I would have upset
you would have upset
he/she/it would have upset
we would have upset
you would have upset
they would have upset
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.upset - an unhappy and worried mental stateupset - an unhappy and worried mental state; "there was too much anger and disturbance"; "she didn't realize the upset she caused me"
agitation - a mental state of extreme emotional disturbance
2.upset - the act of disturbing the mind or body; "his carelessness could have caused an ecological upset"; "she was unprepared for this sudden overthrow of their normal way of living"
disturbance - the act of disturbing something or someone; setting something in motion
3.upset - a physical condition in which there is a disturbance of normal functioning; "the doctor prescribed some medicine for the disorder"; "everyone gets stomach upsets from time to time"
immunological disorder - a disorder of the immune system
physical condition, physiological condition, physiological state - the condition or state of the body or bodily functions
functional disorder - disorder showing symptoms for which no physiological or anatomical cause can be identified
organic disorder - disorder caused by a detectable physiological or structural change in an organ
abocclusion - the condition in which the upper teeth do not touch the lower teeth when biting
abruptio placentae - a disorder of pregnancy in which the placenta prematurely separates from the wall of the uterus
achlorhydria - an abnormal deficiency or absence of free hydrochloric acid in the gastric juice; often associated with severe anemias and cancer of the stomach
acholia, cholestasis - a condition in which little or no bile is secreted or the flow of bile into the digestive tract is obstructed
achylia, achylia gastrica - absence of gastric juices (partial or complete)
acute brain disorder, acute organic brain syndrome - any disorder (as sudden confusion or disorientation) in an otherwise normal person that is due to reversible (temporary) impairment of brain tissues (as by head injuries or drugs or infection)
ailment, complaint, ill - an often persistent bodily disorder or disease; a cause for complaining
eating disorder - a disorder of the normal eating routine
bladder disorder - a disorder of the urinary bladder
cardiovascular disease - a disease of the heart or blood vessels
celiac disease - a disorder in children and adults; inability to tolerate wheat protein (gluten); symptoms include foul-smelling diarrhea and emaciation; often accompanied by lactose intolerance
cheilosis, perleche - a disorder of the lips marked by scaling and fissures at the corners of the mouth; caused by a deficiency of riboflavin
choking - a condition caused by blocking the airways to the lungs (as with food or swelling of the larynx)
colpoxerosis - a condition in which the vagina is unusually dry
degenerative disorder - condition leading to progressive loss of function
dysaphia - a disorder in the sense of touch
dysosmia, olfactory impairment, parosamia - a disorder in the sense of smell
dysphagia - condition in which swallowing is difficult or painful
dysuria - painful or difficult urination
failure - loss of ability to function normally; "kidney failure"
fantods - an ill-defined state of irritability and distress
adenosis, gland disease, glandular disease, glandular disorder - a disorder of the glands of the body
hyperactivity - a condition characterized by excessive restlessness and movement
impacted tooth, impaction - a disorder in which a tooth is so crowded in its socket that it cannot erupt normally
impaction - a disorder in which feces are impacted in the lower colon
learning disability, learning disorder - a disorder found in children of normal intelligence who have difficulties in learning specific skills
malocclusion - (dentistry) a condition in which the opposing teeth do not mesh normally
idiopathic disease, idiopathic disorder, idiopathy - any disease arising from internal dysfunctions of unknown cause
folie, mental disorder, mental disturbance, psychological disorder, disturbance - (psychiatry) a psychological disorder of thought or emotion; a more neutral term than mental illness
metabolic disorder - a disorder or defect of metabolism
nervous disorder, neurological disease, neurological disorder - a disorder of the nervous system
hydrocele - disorder in which serous fluid accumulates in a body sac (especially in the scrotum)
sleep disorder - a disturbance of the normal sleep pattern
strangulation - the condition of having respiration stopped by compression of the air passage
haematocolpometra, hematocolpometra - accumulation of blood in the vagina and uterus
haematocolpos, hematocolpos - accumulation of menstrual blood in the vagina (usually due to an imperforate hymen)
defect of speech, speech defect, speech disorder - a disorder of oral speech
psilosis, sprue, tropical sprue - a chronic disorder that occurs in tropical and non-tropical forms and in both children and adults; nutrients are not absorbed; symptoms include foul-smelling diarrhea and emaciation
4.upset - a tool used to thicken or spread metal (the end of a bar or a rivet etc.) by forging or hammering or swagingupset - a tool used to thicken or spread metal (the end of a bar or a rivet etc.) by forging or hammering or swaging
tool - an implement used in the practice of a vocation
5.upset - the act of upsetting somethingupset - the act of upsetting something; "he was badly bruised by the upset of his sled at a high speed"
upending, inversion - turning upside down; setting on end
6.upset - an improbable and unexpected victory; "the biggest upset since David beat Goliath"
success - an attainment that is successful; "his success in the marathon was unexpected"; "his new play was a great success"
Verb1.upset - disturb the balance or stability of; "The hostile talks upset the peaceful relations between the two countries"
disturb, touch - tamper with; "Don't touch my CDs!"
2.upset - cause to lose one's composureupset - cause to lose one's composure  
arouse, elicit, evoke, provoke, enkindle, kindle, fire, raise - call forth (emotions, feelings, and responses); "arouse pity"; "raise a smile"; "evoke sympathy"
faze, unnerve, unsettle, enervate - disturb the composure of
dissolve - cause to lose control emotionally; "The news dissolved her into tears"
bemuse, discombobulate, bewilder, throw - cause to be confused emotionally
abash, embarrass - cause to be embarrassed; cause to feel self-conscious
anguish, pain, hurt - cause emotional anguish or make miserable; "It pains me to see my children not being taught well in school"
afflict - cause great unhappiness for; distress; "she was afflicted by the death of her parents"
3.upset - move deeplyupset - move deeply; "This book upset me"; "A troubling thought"
charge up, commove, agitate, rouse, excite, turn on, charge - cause to be agitated, excited, or roused; "The speaker charged up the crowd with his inflammatory remarks"
jolt - disturb (someone's) composure; "The audience was jolted by the play"
cark, disorder, disquiet, perturb, unhinge, distract, trouble - disturb in mind or make uneasy or cause to be worried or alarmed; "She was rather perturbed by the news that her father was seriously ill"
impress, strike, affect, move - have an emotional or cognitive impact upon; "This child impressed me as unusually mature"; "This behavior struck me as odd"
distress - cause mental pain to; "The news of her child's illness distressed the mother"
4.upset - cause to overturn from an upright or normal positionupset - cause to overturn from an upright or normal position; "The cat knocked over the flower vase"; "the clumsy customer turned over the vase"; "he tumped over his beer"
move, displace - cause to move or shift into a new position or place, both in a concrete and in an abstract sense; "Move those boxes into the corner, please"; "I'm moving my money to another bank"; "The director moved more responsibilities onto his new assistant"
overturn, tip over, tump over, turn over - turn from an upright or normal position; "The big vase overturned"; "The canoe tumped over"
5.upset - form metals with a swage
shape, mould, mold, form, forge, work - make something, usually for a specific function; "She molded the rice balls carefully"; "Form cylinders from the dough"; "shape a figure"; "Work the metal into a sword"
6.upset - defeat suddenly and unexpectedly; "The foreign team upset the local team"
defeat, get the better of, overcome - win a victory over; "You must overcome all difficulties"; "defeat your enemies"; "He overcame his shyness"; "He overcame his infirmity"; "Her anger got the better of her and she blew up"
Adj.1.upset - afflicted with or marked by anxious uneasiness or trouble or griefupset - afflicted with or marked by anxious uneasiness or trouble or grief; "too upset to say anything"; "spent many disquieted moments"; "distressed about her son's leaving home"; "lapsed into disturbed sleep"; "worried parents"; "a worried frown"; "one last worried check of the sleeping children"
troubled - characterized by or indicative of distress or affliction or danger or need; "troubled areas"; "fell into a troubled sleep"; "a troubled expression"; "troubled teenagers"
2.upset - thrown into a state of disarray or confusionupset - thrown into a state of disarray or confusion; "troops fleeing in broken ranks"; "a confused mass of papers on the desk"; "the small disordered room"; "with everything so upset"
disorganised, disorganized - lacking order or methodical arrangement or function; "a disorganized enterprise"; "a thousand pages of muddy and disorganized prose"; "she was too disorganized to be an agreeable roommate"
3.upset - used of an unexpected defeat of a team favored to win; "the Bills' upset victory over the Houston Oilers"
unexpected - not expected or anticipated; "unexpected guests"; "unexpected news"
4.upset - mildly physically distressedupset - mildly physically distressed; "an upset stomach"
ill, sick - affected by an impairment of normal physical or mental function; "ill from the monotony of his suffering"
5.upset - having been turned so that the bottom is no longer the bottomupset - having been turned so that the bottom is no longer the bottom; "an overturned car"; "the upset pitcher of milk"; "sat on an upturned bucket"
turned - moved around an axis or center

upset

adjective
1. distressed, shaken, disturbed, worried, troubled, hurt, bothered, confused, unhappy, gutted (Brit. informal), put out, dismayed, choked (informal), grieved, frantic, hassled (informal), agitated, ruffled, cut up (informal), disconcerted, disquieted, overwrought, discomposed They are terribly upset by the breakup of their parents' marriage.
2. sick, queasy, bad, poorly (informal), ill, gippy (slang) Larry is suffering from an upset stomach.
3. overturned, toppled, upside down, capsized, spilled, tumbled, tipped over an upset cart with one wheel off
verb
1. distress, trouble, disturb, worry, alarm, bother, dismay, grieve, hassle (informal), agitate, ruffle, unnerve, disconcert, disquiet, fluster, perturb, faze, throw someone off balance, give someone grief (Brit. & S. African), discompose She warned me not to say anything to upset him.
2. tip over, overturn, capsize, knock over, spill, topple over bumping into him, and almost upsetting the ginger ale
3. mess up, spoil, disturb, change, confuse, disorder, unsettle, mix up, disorganize, turn topsy-turvy, put out of order, throw into disorder I was wondering whether that might upset my level of concentration.
4. defeat, overcome, conquer, overthrow, triumph over, get the better of, be victorious over Chang upset world No 1 Pete Sampras in Saturday's semi-finals.
noun
1. distress, worry, trouble, shock, bother, disturbance, hassle (informal), disquiet, agitation, discomposure a source of continuity in times of worry and upset
2. reversal, surprise, shake-up (informal), defeat, sudden change She caused a major upset when she beat last year's finalist.
3. illness, complaint, disorder, bug (informal), disturbance, sickness, malady, queasiness, indisposition Paul was unwell last night with a stomach upset.

upset

verb
1. To turn or cause to turn from a vertical or horizontal position:
2. To disturb the health or physiological functioning of:
4. To break up the order or progress of:
5. To impair or destroy the composure of:
Informal: rattle.
noun
1. The act or an example of upsetting:
2. A state of discomposure:
Informal: lather, stew.
adjective
Turned over completely:
Translations
إزعاج، تَشْويش، إضْطِراب مَعِدَهقَلِقمُنْزَعِج، مُتَكَدِّريُشَوِّشيَقْلِب
rozrušitzmatekzvrátitpotížepřevrhnout
gøre ked af detulykkeligvæltekuldkasteforstyrrelse
järkyttynytkaataa
uzrujanuzrujati
kiborult
hvolfa, veltaí uppnámikoma í uppnámsetja úr skorîumtruflun, óreiîa
ひっくり返す狼狽した
기분이 상한속상하게 만들다
susikrimtęs
apgāztgremošanas traucējumiizjauktnekārtībasajaukt
prevrhnúť
pokvaritiprevrnitivznemiritivznemirjen
göra upprördupprörd
ทำให้อารมณ์เสียสับสนวุ่นวาย
chán nảnlàm cho chán nản

upset

[ʌpˈset] (upset (vb: pt, pp))
A. VT
1. (= knock over) [+ object] → volcar, tirar; [+ liquid] → derramar, tirar; [+ boat] → volcar
to upset the applecartdesbaratar los planes, desbaratar el tinglado
2. (= distress) → afectar; (= hurt, make sad) → disgustar; (= offend) → ofender, disgustar
the news upset her a lotla noticia la afectó mucho
it upset me that he forgot my birthdayme disgustó que se olvidara de mi cumpleaños
I didn't mean to upset herno quería ofenderla or disgustarla
people who are easily upset may prefer not to watchpuede que las personas que se impresionen fácilmente prefieran no mirar
to upset o.s. you'll only upset yourself if you see himno harás más que cogerte un disgusto si te ves con él
there now, don't upset yourselfvenga, no te disgustes
3. (= disrupt) [+ plans, calculations] → dar al traste con, desbaratar
this could upset the balance of power in the regionesto podría alterar el equilibrio de poderes en la región
4. (= make ill) → sentar mal a, enfermar (LAm)
garlic upsets me/my stomachel ajo no me sienta bien
B. ADJ
1. (= distressed) → alterado; (= hurt, sad) → disgustado; (= offended) → ofendido, disgustado; (= annoyed) → molesto
he's upset that you didn't tell himse disgustó or se molestó porque no se lo dijiste
she's upset about failingestá disgustada por haber suspendido
what are you so upset about?¿qué es lo que te ha disgustado tanto?
to get upset (= distressed) → alterarse; (= hurt) → disgustarse; (= offended) → ofenderse; (= annoyed) → enfadarse
don't get upset, they didn't take anythingno te alteres, no se llevaron nada
she gets upset when she sees anyone sufferingla afecta mucho ver a alguien sufriendo, lo pasa muy mal or sufre mucho si ve a alguien sufriendo
he gets very upset if I don't ring him every dayse pone fatal or lo pasa fatal si no lo llamo todos los días
2. [ˈʌpset] (= sick)
I have an upset stomachtengo el estómago revuelto
C. [ˈʌpset] N
1. (= disturbance) → contratiempo m
she has had to deal with many upsets in her personal lifesu vida ha estado llena de contratiempos or reveses
she has had her fair share of upsets in the past few weeksya ha tenido bastantes disgustos en las últimas semanas
people who are prone to emotional upsetslas personas propensas a trastornos emocionales
2. (Sport, Pol) (= unexpected result) → derrota f sorpresa
3. (= illness) → malestar m
stomach upsetmalestar m de estómago
to have a stomach upsettener el estómago revuelto
D. [ˈʌpset] CPD upset price N (esp Scot, US) → precio m mínimo, precio m de reserva

upset

[ˈʌpsɛt]
n
[disruption] → bouleversement m
(= distress) (slight)contrariété f; (major)bouleversement m
a stomach upset → un estomac dérangé
I've got a stomach upset → J'ai l'estomac dérangé.
[ʌpˈsɛt] vt [upset] (pt, pp)
(= knock over) [+ glass, cup] → renverser
(= disrupt) [+ plan, arrangements, routine] → déranger
(= distress) [+ person] → faire de la peine à
[news, sight] → affecter
The whole incident had upset me terribly → Tout cet incident m'avait complètement affecté.
(= annoy) [+ person] → contrarier
She warned me not to say anything to upset him → Elle m'a prévenu qu'il ne fallait rien lui dire qui puisse le contrarier.
[ʌpˈsɛt] adj
(= distressed) → affecté(e)
to get upset → être affecté(e)
I always get upset when someone leaves
BUT Ça me fait toujours beaucoup de peine quand il y a un départ.
to be upset about sth → être affecté(e) par qch
(= annoyed) → contrarié(e) (= offended) → vexé(e)
to be upset (= annoyed) → être contrarié(e)
She's upset that she wasn't invited → Elle est vexée de ne pas avoir été invitée.
to get upset → se vexer
Did you get upset when he forgot your name? → Est-ce que ça t'a vexé qu'il ait oublié ton nom?
[stomach] → dérangé(e)
I had an upset stomach → J'avais l'estomac dérangé.upset price [ˈʌpsɛtpraɪs] n (US, Scottish)mise f à prix, prix m de départ

upset

vb: pret, ptp <upset>
vt
(= knock over)umstoßen, umwerfen; boatumkippen, zum Kentern bringen; she upset the milk all over the new carpetsie stieß die Milch um und alles lief auf den neuen Teppich
(= make sad: news, death) → bestürzen, erschüttern, mitnehmen (inf); (question, insolence etc) → aus der Fassung bringen; (divorce, experience, accident etc) → mitnehmen (inf); (= distress, excite) patient, parent etcaufregen; (= offend: unkind behaviour, words etc) → verletzen, wehtun (+dat); (= annoy)ärgern; you shouldn’t have said/done that, now you’ve upset herdas hätten Sie nicht sagen/tun sollen, jetzt regt sie sich auf or (offended) → jetzt ist sie beleidigt; don’t upset yourselfregen Sie sich nicht auf; there’s no point in upsetting yourselfes hat doch keinen Zweck, das so tragisch zu nehmen; I don’t know what’s upset himich weiß nicht, was er hat
(= disorganize) calculations, balance, plan, timetable etcdurcheinanderbringen; that’s upset my theorydas hat meine Theorie umgestoßen; to upset the oddsdie Chancen verändern; Henman upset the top seedHenman hat den auf Nummer eins gesetzten Spieler überraschend geschlagen
(= make ill) the rich food upset his stomachdas schwere Essen ist ihm nicht bekommen; onions upset mevon Zwiebeln bekomme ich Magenbeschwerden
viumkippen
adj
(about divorce, accident, dismissal etc) → mitgenommen (inf)(about von); (about death, bad news etc) → bestürzt (→ about über +acc); (= sad)betrübt, geknickt (inf) (→ about über +acc); (= distressed, worried)aufgeregt (about wegen); baby, childdurcheinander pred; (= annoyed)ärgerlich, aufgebracht (→ about über +acc); (= hurt)gekränkt, verletzt (→ about über +acc); she was pretty upset about itdas ist ihr ziemlich nahegegangen, das hat sie ziemlich mitgenommen (inf); (= distressed, worried)sie hat sich deswegen ziemlich aufgeregt; (= annoyed)das hat sie ziemlich geärgert; (= hurt)das hat sie ziemlich gekränkt or verletzt; she was upset about somethingirgendetwas hatte sie aus der Fassung gebracht; she was upset about the news/that he’d left heres hat sie ziemlich mitgenommen, als sie das hörte/dass er sie verlassen hat (inf); she was upset about him leavingsein Abschied war ihr sehr nahegegangen; we were very upset to hear about her illnesswir waren sehr bestürzt, als wir von ihrer Krankheit hörten; don’t look so upset, they’ll come backguck doch nicht so traurig, sie kommen ja zurück; would you be upset if I decided not to go after all?wärst du traurig or würdest dus tragisch nehmen, wenn ich doch nicht ginge?; I’d be very upset if …ich wäre sehr traurig or betrübt wenn …; she’d be upset if I used a word like thatsie wäre entsetzt, wenn ich so etwas sagen würde; the house has been broken into so of course I’m upsetbei mir ist eingebrochen worden und natürlich rege ich mich auf; to get upsetsich aufregen (→ about über +acc); (= hurt)gekränkt or verletzt werden; don’t get upset about it, you’ll find anothernimm das noch nicht so tragisch, du findest bestimmt einen anderen; to feel upsetgekränkt sein; to sound/look upsetverstört klingen/aussehen
stomachverstimmt, verdorben attr; to have an upset stomachsich (dat)den Magen verdorben haben, eine Magenverstimmung haben
n
(= disturbance)Störung f; (emotional) → Aufregung f; (inf: = quarrel) → Verstimmung f, → Ärger m; (= unexpected defeat etc)unliebsame or böse Überraschung; I don’t want to cause any upsets in your workich möchte bei Ihrer Arbeit kein Durcheinander verursachen; children don’t like upsets in their routineKinder mögen es nicht, wenn man ihre Routine durcheinanderbringt; it was an upset to our planses hat unsere Pläne durcheinandergebracht; it was an upset for uses war eine böse Überraschung für uns; he’s had a bit of an upseter ist etwas mitgenommen (inf)or geknickt (inf)
stomach upsetMagenverstimmung f, → verdorbener Magen

upset

[vb, adj ʌpˈsɛt; n ˈʌpˌsɛt] (upset (vb: pt, pp))
1. vt
a. (container, contents) → rovesciare; (boat) → capovolgere, rovesciare (fig) (plan, schedule) → scombussolare
b. (emotionally, disturb) → turbare; (stronger) → sconvolgere; (offend) → offendere; (annoy) → contrariare, seccare
don't upset yourself → non te la prendere
c. (make ill, person) → far star male; (stomach) → scombussolare
2. adj
a. (emotionally, disturbed) → turbato/a; (stronger) → sconvolto/a; (offended) → offeso/a; (annoyed) → contrariato/a, seccato/a
to get upset (distressed) → lasciarsi turbare or sconvolgere (offended) → offendersi (annoyed) → seccarsi
don't get upset → non te la prendere
b. I have an upset stomachho lo stomaco in disordine or scombussolato
3. n
a. (disturbance, in plans) → contrattempo, contrarietà f inv; (emotional) → dispiacere m
b. to have a stomach upset (Brit) → avere disturbi di stomaco

upset

(apˈset) past tense, past participle upˈset verb
1. to overturn. He upset a glass of wine over the table.
2. to disturb or put out of order. His illness has upset all our arrangements.
3. to distress. His friend's death upset him very much.
adjective
disturbed or distressed. Is he very upset about failing his exam?
(ˈapset) noun
a disturbance. He has a stomach upset; I couldn't bear the upset of moving house again.

upset

قَلِق, يُقْلِقُ rozčilený, rozrušit gøre ked af det, ulykkelig umwerfen, verstimmt στενοχωρημένος, στενοχωρώ disgustado, disgustar järkyttynyt, kaataa contrarié, contrarier uzrujan, uzrujati turbare, turbato ひっくり返す, 狼狽した 기분이 상한, 속상하게 만들다 van streek maken, verdrietig forstyrre, opprørt zaniepokoić, zaniepokojony aborrecer, aborrecido переворачивать, расстроенный göra upprörd, upprörd ทำให้อารมณ์เสีย, สับสนวุ่นวาย keyfi kaçık, keyfini kaçırmak chán nản, làm cho chán nản 使心烦, 生气的

upset

a. indipuesto-a; nervioso-a; disgustado-a;
vt. trastornar; enfadar.

upset

adj molesto, trastornado; to get o become — molestarse, trastornarse; to have an — stomach tener dolor de estómago, sentirse mal del estómago; vt (pret & pp upset; ger upsetting) molestar, trastornar
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In a place like this I'm sure to upset something, tread on people's toes, or do something dreadful, so I keep out of mischief and let Meg sail about.
The house next door to the Presbyterian Church, through the windows of which the minister had seen the sight that had so upset him, was occupied by two women.
All that noise and confusion at the table must have upset me," replied Edna, "and moreover, I hate shocks and surprises.
You are at the foot of Glenn's," returned the other, speaking aloud, without fear of consequences within the roar of the cataract; "and the next thing is to make a steady landing, lest the canoe upset, and you should go down again the hard road we have traveled faster than you came up; 'tis a hard rift to stem, when the river is a little swelled; and five is an unnatural number to keep dry, in a hurry-skurry, with a little birchen bark and gum.
There, again, she has upset a tumbler of marbles, all of which roll different ways, and each individual marble, devil-directed, into the most difficult obscurity that it can find.
Once, in the evening, when they were all in harmony, and the house was as good as bought, Szedvilas came in and upset them again.
said her mistress, when Eliza had upset the wash-pitcher, knocked down the workstand, and finally was abstractedly offering her mistress a long nightgown in place of the silk dress she had ordered her to bring from the wardrobe.
They began to mount heavenward; the boat was upset, mocking every exertion; the waves rose to the gunwale, and splitting on the hard stones, the Boat broke into Pieces.
All the "rot" they contained about ventilation, and how to go to bed, and how to get up, and what to eat, and what to drink, and how much exercise to take, and what frame of mind to keep one's self in, and what sort of clothing to wear, was all gospel to her, and she never observed that her health-journals of the current month customarily upset everything they had recommended the month before.
After running thus for a considerable dis- tance, they finally upset the cart, dashing it with great force against a tree, and threw themselves into a dense thicket.
That my - ' she stopped, and wept outright; upset at the bare notion of relationship with such a clown.
He'll drop off after a while--if he's not too upset.