upsetverb [T]uk /ʌpˈset/ us /ʌpˈset/ present participle upsetting, past tense and past participle upset
upset verb [T] (WORRY)
- I didn't mean to upset her - it was just a bit of fun.
- I hadn't realized I'd upset him but apparently he was mortally offended.
- Sue always manages to upset somebody when we go out - she's a real liability.
- Not content with having upset my parents, he then insulted my sister!
- You mustn't upset your sister with any more nonsense about ghosts.
upset verb [T] (CHANGE)
upset verb [T] (KNOCK)
upset verb [T] (MAKE SICK)
upsetadjectiveuk /ʌpˈset/ us /ʌpˈset/
upset adjective (WORRIED)
upset adjective (ILL)
upsetnounuk /ˈʌp.set/ us /ˈʌp.set/
upset noun (CHANGE)
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