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upset

(vb: pt, pp upset)

  1. VT

    [ʌp'set]

    1. (=knock over) [+ object] volcar, tirar; [+ liquid] derramar, tirar; [+ boat] volcar

    2. (=distress) afectar; (=hurt, make sad) disgustar; (=offend) ofender, disgustar

    3. (=disrupt) [+ plans, calculations] dar al traste con, desbaratar

    4. (=make ill) sentar mal a, enfermar (LAm)

  2. ADJ

    1) [ʌp'set]

    (=distressed) alterado; (=hurt, sad) disgustado; (=offended) ofendido, disgustado; (=annoyed) molesto

    2) ['ʌpset]

    (=sick)

  3. N

    ['ʌpset]

    1. (=disturbance) contratiempo m

    2. (Sport, Pol) (=unexpected result) derrota f sorpresa

    3. (=illness) malestar m

  4. ['ʌpset]

    CPD

Examples from texts

I like to think she was a little thrilled, in that moment, no matter how upset, to be on The Sofa itself.
Quiero creer que, por compungida que estuviera, en ese momento le emocionó un poco sentarse en el mismísimo Sofá.
Sebold, Alice / The Lovely BonesSebold, Alice / Desde Mi Cielo
Desde Mi Cielo
Sebold, Alice
© 2002 por Alice Sebold
© 2003 por Aurora Echevarria
© 2003 por Random House Mondadori, S. A.
The Lovely Bones
Sebold, Alice
© 2002 by Alice Sebold
And he couldn't put himself in a position where he got this upset when he was around her.
Y no podía colocarse en esa situación de turbación estando a su alrededor.
Ward, J.R. / Lover AwakenedWard, J.R. / Amante Despierto
Amante Despierto
Ward, J.R.
Lover Awakened
Ward, J.R.
© Jessica Bird, 2006
In her two repeated questions: “What were you talking about? Why was he so upset?”
En las dos preguntas repetidas: «¿De qué hablabais?» y «¿Por qué se acaloró tanto?».
Sebold, Alice / The Lovely BonesSebold, Alice / Desde Mi Cielo
Desde Mi Cielo
Sebold, Alice
© 2002 por Alice Sebold
© 2003 por Aurora Echevarria
© 2003 por Random House Mondadori, S. A.
The Lovely Bones
Sebold, Alice
© 2002 by Alice Sebold
We, as sensitive and caring parents, may become upset even though we know that what is being done is life saving.
Como padres sensibles y que cuidamos de nuestras hijas, podemos llegar a angustiarnos junto con ellas, aún cuando sabemos que lo que se está haciendo es para salvarles la vida.
© New South Wales Health Department for and on behalf of the Crown in right of the State of New South Wales
© New South Wales Health Department for and on behalf of the Crown in right of the State of New South Wales
"Don't let yourself get upset by what you just heard," said Campbell.
– No te tomes a mal lo que acabas de escuchar, muchacho -dijo Campbell-.
Bolano, Roberto / 2666Bolano, Roberto / 2666
2666
Bolano, Roberto
© 2004 por herederos de Roberto Bolaño
2666
Bolano, Roberto
© 2004 by the heirs of Roberto Bolaño
© 2008 by Natasha Wimmer
Not getting unnecessarily upset.”
No disgustarse innecesariamente.
Ward, J.R. / Lover EnshrinedWard, J.R. / Amante Consagrado
Amante Consagrado
Ward, J.R.
© Traducción: 2009, Patricia Torres Londoño
© 2010, Santillana Ediciones Generales, S.L.
© 2007, Jessica Bird
Lover Enshrined
Ward, J.R.
© Jessica Bird, 2008
He was speaking in Spanish and seemed increasingly upset.
Hans hablaba en español y parecía cada vez más excitado.
The savage detectivesBolano, Roberto / Los detectives salvajes
Los detectives salvajes
Bolano, Roberto
e savage detectives
The savage detective
© 1998 by Roberto Bolaño
© 2007 by Natasha Wimmer
The priest didn't seem scandalized or upset by the outrage.
El cura no parecía escandalizado ni afectado por el ultraje.
Bolano, Roberto / 2666Bolano, Roberto / 2666
2666
Bolano, Roberto
© 2004 por herederos de Roberto Bolaño
2666
Bolano, Roberto
© 2004 by the heirs of Roberto Bolaño
© 2008 by Natasha Wimmer
Though there was the temptation to add another shot of agony as inducement, O decided not to upset the battle between conscience and self-preservation.
Aunque tenía la tentación de añadir otra porción de agonía como incentivo, O decidió no trastocar la batalla entre consciencia y supervivencia.
Ward, J.R. / Lover AwakenedWard, J.R. / Amante Despierto
Amante Despierto
Ward, J.R.
Lover Awakened
Ward, J.R.
© Jessica Bird, 2006
The stranger seemed upset.
El desconocido parecía disgustado.
Kava, Alex / A Perfect EvilKava, Alex / Bajo Sospecha
Bajo Sospecha
Kava, Alex
A Perfect Evil
Kava, Alex
© S.M. Kava 2000

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ʌp'setvolcar; tirar; derramar; tirar; volcar

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Collocations

get upset
alterar
get upset
alterarse
get upset
disgustar
get upset
disgustarse
get upset
llevarse un disgusto
get upset
llevarse disgusto
be upset
disgustarse
get upset
molestarse

Word forms

upset

noun
SingularPlural
Common caseupsetupsets
Possessive caseupset'supsets'

upset

verb
Basic forms
Pastupset
Imperativeupset
Present Participle (Participle I)upsetting
Past Participle (Participle II)upset
Present Indefinite, Active Voice
I upsetwe upset
you upsetyou upset
he/she/it upsetsthey upset
Present Continuous, Active Voice
I am upsettingwe are upsetting
you are upsettingyou are upsetting
he/she/it is upsettingthey are upsetting
Present Perfect, Active Voice
I have upsetwe have upset
you have upsetyou have upset
he/she/it has upsetthey have upset
Present Perfect Continuous, Active Voice
I have been upsettingwe have been upsetting
you have been upsettingyou have been upsetting
he/she/it has been upsettingthey have been upsetting
Past Indefinite, Active Voice
I upsetwe upset
you upsetyou upset
he/she/it upsetthey upset
Past Continuous, Active Voice
I was upsettingwe were upsetting
you were upsettingyou were upsetting
he/she/it was upsettingthey were upsetting
Past Perfect, Active Voice
I had upsetwe had upset
you had upsetyou had upset
he/she/it had upsetthey had upset
Past Perfect Continuous, Active Voice
I had been upsettingwe had been upsetting
you had been upsettingyou had been upsetting
he/she/it had been upsettingthey had been upsetting
Future Indefinite, Active Voice
I shall/will upsetwe shall/will upset
you will upsetyou will upset
he/she/it will upsetthey will upset
Future Continuous, Active Voice
I shall/will be upsettingwe shall/will be upsetting
you will be upsettingyou will be upsetting
he/she/it will be upsettingthey will be upsetting
Future Perfect, Active Voice
I shall/will have upsetwe shall/will have upset
you will have upsetyou will have upset
he/she/it will have upsetthey will have upset
Future Perfect Continuous, Active Voice
I shall/will have been upsettingwe shall/will have been upsetting
you will have been upsettingyou will have been upsetting
he/she/it will have been upsettingthey will have been upsetting
Future in the Past Indefinite, Active Voice
I should/would upsetwe should/would upset
you would upsetyou would upset
he/she/it would upsetthey would upset
Future in the Past Continuous, Active Voice
I should/would be upsettingwe should/would be upsetting
you would be upsettingyou would be upsetting
he/she/it would be upsettingthey would be upsetting
Future in the Past Perfect, Active Voice
I should/would have upsetwe should/would have upset
you would have upsetyou would have upset
he/she/it would have upsetthey would have upset
Future in the Past Perfect Continuous, Active Voice
I should/would have been upsettingwe should/would have been upsetting
you would have been upsettingyou would have been upsetting
he/she/it would have been upsettingthey would have been upsetting
Present Indefinite, Passive Voice
I am upsetwe are upset
you are upsetyou are upset
he/she/it is upsetthey are upset
Present Continuous, Passive Voice
I am being upsetwe are being upset
you are being upsetyou are being upset
he/she/it is being upsetthey are being upset
Present Perfect, Passive Voice
I have been upsetwe have been upset
you have been upsetyou have been upset
he/she/it has been upsetthey have been upset
Past Indefinite, Passive Voice
I was upsetwe were upset
you were upsetyou were upset
he/she/it was upsetthey were upset
Past Continuous, Passive Voice
I was being upsetwe were being upset
you were being upsetyou were being upset
he/she/it was being upsetthey were being upset
Past Perfect, Passive Voice
I had been upsetwe had been upset
you had been upsetyou had been upset
he/she/it had been upsetthey had been upset
Future Indefinite, Passive Voice
I shall/will be upsetwe shall/will be upset
you will be upsetyou will be upset
he/she/it will be upsetthey will be upset
Future Perfect, Passive Voice
I shall/will have been upsetwe shall/will have been upset
you will have been upsetyou will have been upset
he/she/it will have been upsetthey will have been upset