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upset /ˌʌpˈset◂/ adjective
upset /ʌpˈset/ verb (past tense and past participle upset, present participle upsetting) [transitive]
upset /ˈʌpset/ noun


واژگون کردن ، برگرداندن ، چپه کردن ، اشفتن ، اشفته کردن ، مضطرب کردن ، شکست غیر منتظره ، واژگونی ، نژند ، ناراحت ، اشفته ، علوم مهندسی: چاق کردن ، ورزش: باخت رقیب محبوب ، علوم هوایی: تلاطم

: upset _

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upset
[adjective]
Synonyms:
- sick, ill, queasy
- distressed, agitated, bothered, dismayed, disturbed, grieved, hurt, put out, troubled, worried
- disordered, chaotic, confused, disarrayed, in disarray, muddled
- overturned, capsized, spilled, upside down
[verb]
Synonyms:
- tip over, capsize, knock over, overturn, spill
- mess up, change, disorder, disorganize, disturb, spoil
- distress, agitate, bother, disconcert, disturb, faze, fluster, grieve, perturb, ruffle, trouble
[noun]
Synonyms:
- reversal, defeat, shake-up (informal)
- illness, bug (informal), complaint, disorder, malady, sickness
- distress, agitation, bother, disturbance, shock, trouble, worry
Related Idioms: rock the boat
Related Words: invert, reverse, bend, curve, turn, bewilder, confound, distract, unman, unnerve, afflict, indispose, lay up, ail, suffer, debilitate, incapacitate, invalid
English Thesaurus: hurt, injure, wound, maim, break, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. upset1 S2 /ˌʌpˈset◂/ adjective
[Word Family: adjective: upset, upsetting; verb: upset; noun: upset]

1. [not before noun] unhappy and worried because something unpleasant or disappointing has happened
upset by/about/at etc
She was deeply upset about the way her father treated her.
upset that
Debbie was upset that he didn’t spend more time with her.

2. be upset with somebody if you are upset with someone, you are angry and annoyed with them:
You’re not still upset with me, are you?

3. upset stomach an illness that affects the stomach and makes you feel sick

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. upset2 S2 /ʌpˈset/ verb (past tense and past participle upset, present participle upsetting) [transitive]
[Word Family: adjective: upset, upsetting; verb: upset; noun: upset]
[Date: 1700-1800; Origin: Probably from upset 'to set up, raise' (15-17 centuries)]

1. MAKE SOMEBODY UNHAPPY to make someone feel unhappy or worried:
Don’t do anything that would upset him.

2. CHANGE SOMETHING to change a plan or situation in a way that causes problems:
The chemicals upset the balance of the environment.

3. MAKE SOMETHING FALL to push something over without intending to:
He upset a bowl of soup.

4. DEFEAT to defeat an opponent who is considered to be much better than you:
Jones upset the 40th-ranked American, Cunningham.

5. upset the apple cart informal to completely spoil someone’s plans

6. upset your stomach to affect your stomach and make you feel sick:
The soup was revolting and upset my stomach.
—upsetting adjective

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

III. upset3 /ˈʌpset/ noun
[Word Family: adjective: upset, upsetting; verb: upset; noun: upset]

1. [uncountable and countable] worry and unhappiness caused by an unexpected problem:
If you are the victim of a burglary, the emotional upset can affect you for a long time.

2. [countable] when a person or team defeats an opponent who is considered to be much better than them:
There was a major upset when the young skater took the gold medal.

3. stomach upset an illness that affects the stomach and makes you feel sick

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

upset
adj.
VERBS appear, be, feel, look, seem, sound | become, get Don't get so upset about it!
remain | leave sb, make sb The incident had left him visibly angry and upset.
ADV. badly, bitterly, deeply, desperately, dreadfully, extremely, genuinely, greatly, particularly, profoundly, really, seriously, terribly, very She's obviously deeply upset by his behaviour.
thoroughly | a bit, a little, pretty, quite, rather | clearly, obviously, visibly
PREP. about upset about her divorce
at He was upset at missing all the excitement.
by upset by the death of their pet
with I think she may be a bit upset with you.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

upset
noun
ADJ. big, major | minor | emotional
VERB + UPSET have We had our first major upset when Rogers was taken off with a leg injury.
cause

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

upset
verb
ADV. badly, deeply, really, terribly | easily She was sensitive and easily upset.
VERB + UPSET not mean to, not want to, not wish to I'm sorry?I didn't mean to upset you. Keep the volume down?we don't want to upset the neighbours!
be likely to This decision is likely to upset a lot of people.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


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