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upset / p'set/
  • ngoại động từ upset
    • làm đổ, đánh đổ, lật đổ; đánh ng
      • to upset a bottle: đánh đổ cái chai
      • to upset a car: đánh đổ xe
      • to upset someone: đánh ng ai
    • (hàng hi) làm lật úp (thuyền...)
    • làm rối tung, làm xáo lộn, làm lộn bậy, làm đo lộn
      • to upset a room: làm lộn bậy c căn phòng
      • to upset a plan: làm đo lộn kế hoạch
    • làm khó chịu; làm rối loạn (bộ máy tiêu hoá...)
    • làm bối rối, làm lo ngại
      • the least thing upsets him: một tí cái gì cũng làm cho anh ấy lo ngại bối rối
    • (kỹ thuật) chồn
    • danh từ
      • sự đổ, sự lật đổ, sự lật úp; sự đánh ng
      • tình trạng lộn xộn, tình trạng rối loạn
      • sự bối rối, sự lúng túng
      • sự c i lộn, sự bất hoà
      • trạng thái nôn nao khó chịu
      • (thể dục,thể thao) kết qu bất ngờ
      • (kỹ thuật) sự chồn
    Concise Dictionary
    upsetting|upsetsʌp'set
    noun
    +an unhappy and worried mental state
    +the act of disturbing the mind or body
    +condition in which there is a disturbance of normal functioning
    +a tool used to thicken or spread metal (the end of a bar or a rivet etc.) by forging or hammering or swaging
    +the act of upsetting something
    +an improbable and unexpected victory
    verb
    +disturb the balance or stability of
    +cause to lose one's composure
    +move deeply
    +cause to overturn from an upright or normal position
    +form metals with a swage
    +defeat suddenly and unexpectedly
    adj.
    +afflicted with or marked by anxious uneasiness or trouble or grief
    +thrown into a state of disarray or confusion
    +used of an unexpected defeat of a team favored to win
    +mildly physically distressed
    +having been turned so that the bottom is no longer the bottom

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    v.
    1 disturb, agitate, distress, unsettle, put off, put out, perturb, disquiet, fluster, ruffle, frighten, scare, disconcert, dismay, trouble, worry, bother, discompose, make (someone) nervous:
    We once had a nanny who told the children horror stories just to upset them.
    2 overturn, capsize, topple, up-end, tip over, knock over or down, invert, turn topsy-turvy or upside down, spill:
    That is the third time this week you have upset the cream jug.
    3 disturb, derange, disrupt, disarrange, mess up, disorganize, snarl up, jumble, muddle, Colloq Brit kerfuffle or carfuffle or kurfuffle:
    The boys upset the entire house with their horseplay.
    4 overthrow, defeat, beat, worst, thrash, rout, conquer, overcome, win out over, get the better of, get or gain the advantage over, triumph over, be victorious over, vanquish:
    The question is whether the challenger will upset the champion in the Wimbledon finals.
    5 defeat, ruin, spoil, thwart, interfere with, destroy, demolish, mess up, disturb, Colloq throw a Brit spanner in(to) or US monkey wrench into (the works), US discombobulate, Slang screw up, gum up, put the kibosh on, Taboo Slang fuck up, Brit bugger up:
    Your coming early upset my plan to shampoo my hair.
    adj.
    6 capsized, overturned, upside down, bottom side up, inverted, reversed, toppled, tipped over, topsy-turvy:
    We clung to the bottom of the upset boat till help arrived.
    7 sick, queasy:
    Eve has an upset stomach and cannot go.
    8 perturbed, disturbed, disquieted, disconcerted, agitated, distressed, worried, troubled, unnerved, distracted, apprehensive, nervous, frightened, scared, afraid:
    We found Valdimir in a terribly upset state at Natasha's disappearance.
    9 disordered, confused, disorganized, messed-up, jumbled, muddled, disturbed, disarranged:
    The house is never so upset as after a party.
    10 angry, irate, furious, beside oneself, mad, Colloq fit to be tied, Slang freaked out:
    Father was upset because I took the car without his permission.
    n.
    11 defeat, upsetting, conquest, overthrow, rout, thrashing, triumph, victory:
    We celebrated the upset of Queen's Park Rangers by Manchester United.
    12 surprise, unexpected event or occurrence:
    The upset of the season was when Carridoff won the Derby.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    verb, adjective, noun
    + verb (upsetting, upset, upset)
    1 to make sb/yourself feel unhappy, anxious or annoyed
    Synonym: DISTRESS
    [VN] This decision is likely to upset a lot of people. + Try not to let him upset you. + Don't upset yourself about it-let's just forget it ever happened. + [VN that] It upset him that nobody had bothered to tell him about it. + [VN to inf] It upsets me to think of her all alone in that big house.
    2 [VN] to make a plan, situation, etc. go wrong: He arrived an hour late and upset all our arrangements.
    3 [VN] ~ sb's stomach to make sb feel sick after they have eaten or drunk sth
    4 [VN] to make sth fall over by hitting it accidentally: She stood up suddenly, upsetting a glass of wine.
    Idioms: upset the apple cart to cause problems for sb or spoil their plans, arrangements, etc.
    + adjective
    1 [not before noun] ~ (about sth)
    ~ (that ...) unhappy or disappointed because of sth unpleasant that has happened: There's no point getting upset about it. + I understand how upset you must be feeling. + She was upset that he had left without saying goodbye.
    2 an upset stomach an illness in the stomach that makes you feel sick or have DIARRHOEA: I've been off work with an upset stomach.
    + noun
    1 [C] a situation in which there are problems or difficulties, especially when these are unexpected: The company has survived the recent upset in share prices. + His health has not been improved by all the upset at home.
    2 [C] (in a competition) a situation in which a person or team beats the person or team that was expected to win
    3 [C] an illness in the stomach that makes you feel sick or have DIARRHOEA: a stomach upset
    4 [U, C] feelings of unhappiness and disappointment caused by sth unpleasant that has happened: It had been the cause of much emotional upset.
    Collocation Dictionary
    noun

    ADJ.

    big, major | minor | emotional

    VERB + UPSET

    have
    We had our first major upset when Rogers was taken off with a leg injury.
    | cause

    verb

    ADV.

    badly, deeply, really, terribly | easily
    She was sensitive and easily upset.

    VERB + UPSET

    not mean to, not want to, not wish to
    I'm sorry?I didn't mean to upset you. Keep the volume down?we don't want to upset the neighbours!
    | be likely to
    This decision is likely to upset a lot of people.

    adj

    VERBS

    appear, be, feel, look, seem, sound | become, get
    Don't get so upset about it!
    | remain | leave sb, make sb
    The incident had left him visibly angry and upset.

    ADV.

    badly, bitterly, deeply, desperately, dreadfully, extremely, genuinely, greatly, particularly, profoundly, really, seriously, terribly, very
    She's obviously deeply upset by his behaviour.
    | thoroughly | a bit, a little, pretty, quite, rather | clearly, obviously, visibly

    PREP.

    about
    upset about her divorce
    | at
    He was upset at missing all the excitement.
    | by
    upset by the death of their pet
    | with
    I think she may be a bit upset with you.

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