trastorno, vuelco, contratiempo, revés, indisposición, desarregloalterar, perturbar, alterarse, preocuparse, perturbarse, volcar, derribar, sentirse molesto, estorbar, volcarse, estar perturbado, desconcertar, dar al traste con, apurarse, acongojar, estar preocupado, estar acongojado, hacer daño, derramar, trastornar la cabeza, encabritaracongojado, mínimo, de salida
Noun(1) an unhappy and worried mental state(2) the act of disturbing the mind or body(3) a physical condition in which there is a disturbance of normal functioning(4) a tool used to thicken or spread metal (the end of a bar or a rivet etc.(5) the act of upsetting something(6) an improbable and unexpected victory
Verb(1) disturb the balance or stability of(2) cause to lose one's composure(3) move deeply(4) cause to overturn from an upright or normal position(5) form metals with a swage(6) defeat suddenly and unexpectedly
Adjective(1) afflicted with or marked by anxious uneasiness or trouble or grief(2) thrown into a state of disarray or confusion(3) used of an unexpected defeat of a team favored to win(4) mildly physically distressed(5) having been turned so that the bottom is no longer the bottom
(1) Solicitors for both told the court of their emotional upset because their lifestyle had made them failures as parents.(2) It is characterised by dizziness, nausea (feeling sick) and a stomach upset .(3) An upset stomach stopped him from training on Tuesday and Wednesday but he is back in action now.(4) If there had been any upset or distress they could have left and gone home at any point.(5) It was later explained that she had been suffering from an upset stomach.(6) And they were very clearly upset about the arrests.(7) You're born with balance, but bad habits like depriving yourself of the foods you need or ignoring high stress levels can upset that balance and cause you to gain weight.(8) There are certain medications that upset the stomach while others affect the mouth or throat which may make it difficult for the patient to eat.(9) This may bring along depression and anxiety as a result of the upset caused by the floods.(10) A person with the condition feels full after a small meal and experiences bouts of nausea, upset stomach and bloating.(11) Not knowing how to get through it was the main source of the worry and upset .(12) Long hours and late hours could upset the ├ö├ç├┐work-life balance├ö├ç├û, especially when there are inadequate support systems.(13) Even the fall of the ninth wicket failed to upset him.(14) Some people find that certain types of food upset their bowels and they may need to adjust their diet accordingly.(15) This could lead to side effects such as insomnia, nervousness, digestive upset and irritability.(16) The upset father said he was not only worried about the physical injuries but also the mental trauma that would probably plague the boy for years to come.
(1) get upset :: enfadarse
(2) upset stomach :: dolor de barriga
(3) be upset :: Estar enfadadado
(4) stomach upset :: malestar estomacal
(5) feel upset :: sentirse molesto
(6) have a digestive upset :: tener un malestar digestivo
(7) be terribly upset :: ser terriblemente molesto
1. complaint ::
2. surprise win ::
3. swage ::
4. overturn ::
6. disturbance ::
7. disorder ::
8. distress ::
9. knock over ::
10. disrupt ::
11. defeat ::
12. disturb ::
13. swage ::
14. discomfit ::
desconcertar en algo
15. overturn ::
16. distressed ::
17. disturbed ::
19. confused ::
1. calm ::
2. compose ::
3. quiet ::
4. settle ::
5. soothe ::
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Was she UPSET?
The Big Bang Theory Season 6, Episode 1
You're UPSET I had a baby?
The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 15
Oh, I'm sorry.
Did I UPSET you?
The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 7
Do you remember how UPSET I was...
The Big Bang Theory Season 6, Episode 2
I-I UPSET my wife every time
I woke up in the morning.
The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 5
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