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Turkish translation of “upset”

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upset

adjective
 
 
/ʌpˈset/
A2 unhappy or worried because something unpleasant has happened
üzgün, üzüntülü, keyfi kaçmış, canı sıkkın
They'd had an argument and she was still upset about it. Mike got very upset when I told him the news.Feeling sad and unhappyAnxious and worried
upset stomach/tummy an illness in the stomach
mide fesadı, mide ağrısı; ağrıyan karın
Digestive disordersVomiting and feelings of sickness
(Definition of upset adjective from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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