Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Upset"

The meaning of "Upset" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa I'm very upset?
A: It means I'm mad or sad depending on the situation.
Q: O que significa upset?
A: Upset as an adjective can mean two things.

1) unhappy, disappointed, or worried
"she looked upset that she couldn't watch TV"


2) (when referring to a person's stomach) having pains, or a hard time digesting (usually caused by something eaten that was bad, unhealthy, or too much of)

You can also use upset as a replacement for certain adjectives such as mad or sad. The only change is that if you say "I'm upset!" it could mean you are a little sad, mad, or just unhappy, depending on what happened.

Hope this helps!
Q: O que significa upset?
A: When you are angry or sad. “I can’t believe this, I’m so upset”
Q: O que significa to be upset / to upset someone?
A: You might make them feel sad / depressed
Q: O que significa upset?
A: someone who is dissapointed and unhappy

Example sentences using "Upset"

Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com upset.
A: Are you upset?
Why are you so upset?
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com upset.
A: I am upset that I have to wake up every morning to go to school.

I am upset with today news in the TV.

Daily expression
Happy , great , disappointed , sad , angry, pissed off , surprise ,terrible , scared , afraid.
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com upset.
A: "I'm upset that you spoke to him."
"You look upset"
"I'm upset about Kim."
"Please dont be upset."
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com upset.
A: 1.) She saw a little girl road by herself and it made her feel upset. Why is she by herself? Where are her parents?? (The woman felt mad because the parents left the daughter on the road by herself. And seeing her there also made her feel sad. )

2.) Tom talked in a loud, strong voice. He seemed upset. (You can hear him mad).

3.) Sam widen her eyes and looked away. You can see her body shake. Something was upsetting her. (She looked frighten. She was scared)

4.) Are you still upset? (Are you still mad?)

5.) It really upset my wife when I lost my job. (She was mad)

6.) It was extremely upsetting for the murder victim's parents to see pictures of the murder scene on the news. (They were shocked; mad)

I tried to explain the best I could.

Upset is a word to describe an unpleasant feeling.

It means to be mad/sad/make people worry/etc.
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com upset.
A: Upset (noun) = a bad mood
To upset (verb) = to instill a bad mood

"Terry makes me so upset when he uses my favourite mug."

"James upset his little brother when he told him their parents loved him more."

"Don't upset my mother, Hank. There's no reason telling her I was fired from my job. She's very sensitive."

"I was very upset when I learned Princess Diana had died."

Upset (noun) = a disturbance
To upset (verb) = to disturb

"The great upset in my health happened when I stopped exercising."

"Human influence upsets the balance of nature."

Synonyms of "Upset" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre upset e angry ?
A: Angry as in you're mad, and upset as in you're sad
Q: Qual é a diferença entre upset e mad ?
A: Mad - 起こっている
Upset - 起こっている場合もあるけど泣きそうな気持ち
Q: Qual é a diferença entre upset e cranky e angry ?
A: There's a gradation in meaning.

upset -> cranky -> angry

I am upset that you ate my cookie.

I am cranky because you didn't do the dishes.

I am angry with you for dropping out of college.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre upset e angry ?
A: They can be synonyms for each other, but one could be upset without being angry. One could be sad, but not angry, and that would be upset.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre upset e dejected e despondent ?
A: Upset = generally sad
ex: Sophie was upset because her cookie fell on the ground.
Dejected = very sad
ex: Sophie feels dejected because she got a bad grade.
Despondent = sadness / low spirits due to hopeless
ex: Sophie is despondent because she got multiple bad grades. She is considering dropping out of school.
**note: upset < dejected < despondent

Translations of "Upset"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (RU)? I’m upset in cockney rhythm slang?
A: Red mist is used in general English to mean very angry /upset. I think it may be a cultural reference. The Scots were constantly at war with the English.. I may be completely wrong in my interpretation but it seems a logical conclusion
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? I can’t understand what he said. Please let me know :) “ Upset? I’m not upset, ____________________ upset?”
A: he is stammering because he is nervous. he is saying "What makes you think I'm upset?"
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? i upset to him
A: I think you mean “I made him upset”
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? upset
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Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? upset
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Other questions about "Upset"

Q: she's upset and angry with me
(does it sound natural)
A: Well you could use either or you don’t have to use both in the same sentence you could say she’s upset with me or she’s angry with me you don’t have to say she’s upset and angry with me because upset and angry are very similar in terms of meaning of her emotion
Q: upset の意味を教えてください!
A: 「機嫌が悪い」
Q: Por favor, mostra-me como pronunciar a little upset.
A: "A little upset"
Q: I'm a little excited, and a little upset. I hope he will appear, and I'm scared of he won't appear. soa natural?
A: I would say 'I'm a little excited, but also a little upset. I hope that he will appear but I'm scared that he won't'
Q: Upset の使い方がよく分かりません。不機嫌な時、困っている時、具合が悪い時などに ''I'm (She's) upset.''と使っているのを見たことがあるのですが、ネイティブの人は状況からupsetの意味を感じ取っているのでしょうか。最もよく使うupsetの意味は何でしょうか。
A: I am upset.
I upset you.
This is upsetting.

Used as a way of saying one is sad, and it also can be used as a どうじwhen you upset someone.

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