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Spanish translation of “upset”

upset

verb /apˈset/ (past tense, past participle upset)
to overturn
volcar
He upset a glass of wine over the table.
to disturb or put out of order
desbaratar, dar al traste (con)
His illness has upset all our arrangements.
to distress
afectar, trastornar
His friend’s death upset him very much.
upsetting adjective making someone feel angry, unhappy, or worried
triste
The experience was too upsetting to talk about.
(Definition of upset from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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