Upset

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Definition

(I'm a bit) upset (with you): (I'm a little) unhappy, angry, annoyed (with you)
adjective
Luna was a little upset after watching 'Free Willy'. She felt quite sad.
My stomach is upset. I think the cheese I ate was out of date.

to upset: to vex, to irritate, to annoy, to make angry; to perturb, to worry
verb

Examples

  • "I'm sorry I upset you."
  • "Why are you so upset?"
  • "I'm so upset"
  • "My figures don't add up, and you know how much that upsets me."
  • "Now you imagine that I am an upset customer."
  • "I'm actually very upset at the moment."
  • "Customer : I haven't received an order I placed on your website and I'm very upset."

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