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engupset
norfeelings [a]: bedrøvet, opprørt, forarget, irritert, arg, besværet, forbannet [informal], sjokkerende, sjokkert, misfornøyd, misfornøyd
stomach [v]: gjøre noen syk
plan [v]: kullkaste, urolig
fear [v]: skremme, forskrekke
liquid [v]: søle ut væske, velte
feelings [v]: forvirre, forvirre, gjøre forlegen
confusion [o]: opprørt
spafeelings [a]: afligido, desconsolado, enojado, fastidiado, irritado, enfadado, exasperado, destrozado, trastornado, pasmado, contrariado, descontento
stomach [v]: trastornar
plan [v]: desbaratar, afectar
fear [v]: asustar, alarmar, espantar, infundir miedo
liquid [v]: volcar
feelings [v]: desconcertar, avergonzar, enojar, molestar
confusion [o]: desconcertado
swefeelings [a]: bedrövad, upprörd, förargad, irriterad, arg, besvärad, förbannad [informal], chockerad, chockad, missnöjd, missbelåten
stomach [v]: göra illamående
plan [v]: kullkasta, rubba
fear [v]: skrämma, förskräcka
liquid [v]: stjälpa, välta
feelings [v]: förvirra, förbrylla, göra förlägen
confusion [o]: upprörd
Synonyms:
  1. [adj]: disquieted, distressed, disturbed, worried, troubled [st]
  2. [adj]: broken, confused, disordered, disorganized [st], disorganised [st]
  3. [adj]: unexpected [st]
  4. [adj]: ill [st], sick [st]
  5. [adj]: overturned, upturned, turned [st]
  6. [n]: disturbance, perturbation, agitation [gt]
  7. [n]: derangement, overthrow, disturbance [gt]
  8. [n]: disorder, condition [gt], status [gt]
  9. [n]: swage, tool [gt]
  10. [n]: overturn, turnover, inversion [gt], upending [gt]
  11. [n]: overturn, success [gt]
  12. [v]: touch [gt], disturb [gt]
  13. [v]: discompose, untune, disconcert, discomfit, arouse [gt], elicit [gt], enkindle [gt], kindle [gt], evoke [gt], fire [gt], raise [gt], provoke [gt]
  14. [v]: disturb, trouble, affect [gt], impress [gt], move [gt], strike [gt]
  15. [v]: overturn, tip over, turn over, knock over, bowl over, tump over, move [gt], displace [gt]
  16. [v]: swage, shape [gt], form [gt], work [gt], mold [gt], mould [gt], forge [gt]
  17. [v]: get the better of [gt], overcome [gt], defeat [gt]
Derived terms:upset stomach, upsetting, be upset, stomach upset, upset price, upsetter
Anagrams:set up, setup, stupe
Wiki:An upset occurs in a competition, frequently in electoral politics or sports, when the party popularly expected to win (the favorite), is defeated by an underdog whom the majority expects to lose, defying the conventional wisdom. The underdog then becomes a giant-killer. The meaning of the word has popularly been attributed to the surprising defeat of the horse Man o' War by the horse Upset (the loss was the only one in Man o' War's career, though Man o' War later defeated Upset), though the term pre-dates that 1919 race.
Example:
  1. Im sorry to upset your plans.
  2. The journalist was too upset to distinguish vice from virtue.
  3. Dont be upset by sudden change of the weather.
  4. The office has been topsy-turvy since the merger upset everything.
  5. Im afraid I have an upset stomach.
  6. Bad weather upset our plans to go on a hike.
  7. Bruce was terribly upset when his girlfriend left him, but he soon got over it.
  8. It was a big upset when Hingis was eliminated in the first round.
  9. Dont get upset about small things. Try to think of things like a rich person who can afford not to argue.
  10. The cat upset the can of fish so that it could eat them.
  11. The news upset me.
  12. The incident upset him.
  13. I was upset by the news of the traffic accident.
  14. I feel a lot better now, but I know Dads going to be real upset.
  15. Natures balance is going to be upset everywhere.
  16. It is unlikely that such a cool headed person got upset.
  17. Sometimes being overcautious in planning could upset the apple cart.
  18. I said nothing to her, which made her upset.
  19. Information is sometimes held back from patients when it is thought it might upset them.
  20. Its nothing to get upset about.
Similar words:
engupper
sweuppe
engupshot
engupbeat
sweupp
enguproot
enguppity
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Upset was recognized as a English verb

Infinitive: (To) upset
Gerundio: upsetting
Past participle: upset
Indikative
1. Present
  • i
    upset
  • you
    upset
  • he
    upsets
  • we
    upset
  • you
    upset
  • they
    upset
8. Perfect
  • i
    have upset
  • you
    have upset
  • he
    has upset
  • we
    have upset
  • you
    have upset
  • they
    have upset
2. Imperfect
  • i
    upset
  • you
    upset
  • he
    upset
  • we
    upset
  • you
    upset
  • they
    upset
9. Pluperfect indic. or Past perfect
  • i
    had upset
  • you
    had upset
  • he
    had upset
  • we
    had upset
  • you
    had upset
  • they
    had upset
4a. Future
  • i
    will upset
  • you
    will upset
  • he
    will upset
  • we
    will upset
  • you
    will upset
  • they
    will upset
11a. Future perfect or future anterior
  • i
    will have upset
  • you
    will have upset
  • he
    will have upset
  • we
    will have upset
  • you
    will have upset
  • they
    will have upset
Conditional
5. Conditional present
  • i
    would upset
  • you
    would upset
  • he
    would upset
  • we
    would upset
  • you
    would upset
  • they
    would upset
12. Conditional perfect
  • i
    would have upset
  • you
    would have upset
  • he
    would have upset
  • we
    would have upset
  • you
    would have upset
  • they
    would have upset
Subjunctive
6. Present
  • i
    upset
  • you
    upset
  • he
    upset
  • we
    upset
  • you
    upset
  • they
    upset
13. present perfect
  • i
    have upset
  • you
    have upset
  • he
    have upset
  • we
    have upset
  • you
    have upset
  • they
    have upset
past
  • i
    upset
  • you
    upset
  • he
    upset
  • we
    upset
  • you
    upset
  • they
    upset
plu
  • i
    had upset
  • you
    had upset
  • he
    had upset
  • we
    had upset
  • you
    had upset
  • they
    had upset
Imperative
Affirmative
  • you
    upset!
  • we
    Let's upset!
  • you
    upset!
Negative
  • you
    don't upset! (do not upset)!
  • you
    don't upset! (do not upset)!

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