- adj. 心烦的；苦恼的；不安的；不适的
- v. 推翻；翻倒；颠覆；打乱；使心烦
- n. 混乱；推翻
- 【机】缩锻，顿锻，顿粗，压缩（车轮内径）， 镦粗
- vt. & vi. 打翻,弄翻 tip over; overturn
- vt. 打乱,搅乱 put sth out of its settled state or order, causing confusion
- vt. 使不安,使生气 cause to worry, be sad, be angry, etc.
- [P] 心烦的 feeling unhappy
- 不舒服的 slightly ill
an unhappy and worried mental state;
"there was too much anger and disturbance"
"she didn't realize the upset she caused me"
the act of disturbing the mind or body;
"his carelessness could have caused an ecological upset"
"she was unprepared for this sudden overthrow of their normal way of living"
a physical condition in which there is a disturbance of normal functioning;
"the doctor prescribed some medicine for the disorder"
"everyone gets stomach upsets from time to time"
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;
"he was badly bruised by the upset of his sled at a high speed"
an improbable and unexpected victory;
"the biggest upset since David beat Goliath"
afflicted with or marked by anxious uneasiness or trouble or grief;
"too upset to say anything"
"spent many disquieted moments"
"distressed about her son's leaving home"
"lapsed into disturbed sleep"
"a worried frown"
"one last worried check of the sleeping children"
thrown into a state of disarray or confusion;
"troops fleeing in broken ranks"
"a confused mass of papers on the desk"
"the small disordered room"
"with everything so upset"
used of an unexpected defeat of a team favored to win;
"the Bills' upset victory over the Houston Oilers"
mildly physically distressed;
"an upset stomach"
having been turned so that the bottom is no longer the bottom;
"an overturned car"
"the upset pitcher of milk"
"sat on an upturned bucket"
disturb the balance or stability of;
"The hostile talks upset the peaceful relations between the two countries"
cause to lose one's composure
"This book upset me"
"A troubling thought"
cause to overturn from an upright or normal position;
"The cat knocked over the flower vase"
"the clumsy customer turned over the vase"
"he tumped over his beer"
form metals with a swage
defeat suddenly and unexpectedly;
"The foreign team upset the local team"
- I'm always upset when I don't get any mail.
- There is no reason to get so upset.
- Try not to get too upset about it.
- He was very upset that you didn't reply to his letters.
- I'm suffering from an upset stomach.
- The generals plotted to upset the government.
- He upset a bottle of ink.
- A flurry of wind upset the small boat.
- The foreign team upset the local team.
- In fact, it's inorganic chemistry and it has upset the aquatics world.
- The whole plan was upset owing to his absence.
- The news completely upset them.
- Last-minute changes caused a great deal of upset.
- The generals plotted to upset the government.
- Conflict in North Korea or the toppling of Kim Jong Il's government there could upset both of those goals, Chinese analysts say.
- A high bottle upsets easily.
- The dish upset when you kicked.
- If you don't sit still, the boat will upset.
- The boat upset and floated in the river.
- The car upset when it came to a sharp turn.
- The cat upset the vase.
- He upset my chair.
- The child upset the glass of milk.
- He upset a glass of wine over the table.
- She upset the cup and the coffee went all over the floor.
- He upset his car at the turn of the road.
- The wind has upset the bird's net.
- The child reached out to upset the chess board, but his brother grabbed his hand.
- The rain upset our plans for a picnic.
- The unexpected visit upset our schedule.
- He said that the demand would upset the economic relations among nations.
- They were afraid this would upset the world balance of power.
- This completely upset the enemy's strategic plan and troop disposition.
- The bad news upset him.
- His friend's death upset him very much.
- You oughtn't to have gone to the funeral. I know it would upset you.
- The boat was upset by the waves.
- Our plans were upset by the sudden change in the weather.
- The files were so upset that no one could find anything.
- His mind was too much upset.
- Please don't get upset. I was only joking.
- She appeared quite upset.
- She had an upset stomach.
- He had an upset stomach.
- He was very upset.
- She's upset about losing the money.
- He was upset at not being welcomed.
- He was horribly upset over her illness.
- She was upset with me about my expense.
- upset at〔about,over〕 (v.+prep.)
为…而难过/生气 be sad or angry for sth
upset sb at〔about,over〕 sth/v-ing
She was upset with me about my expense.
He was horribly upset over her illness.
She is really upset over not finding a job.
He was upset at not being welcomed.
- upset the bird's net 把鸟巢吹翻
- upset the car 翻车
- upset the chair 把椅子打翻
- upset the chess board 搅乱棋盘
- upset the cup 把杯子打翻
- upset the economic relations 搅乱经济关系
- upset the glass of milk 打翻奶瓶
- upset the plans 打乱计划
- upset the schedule 打乱安排
- upset the vase 打翻花瓶
- upset the world balance of power 打破世界力量均衡
- upset amazingly 令人惊异地打翻
- upset emotionally 激动地打翻
- upset mentally 内心地打乱
- upset mysteriously 秘密地弄翻
- upset nervously 心神不宁地弄翻
- upset remarkably 不平常地弄翻
- upset significantly 意味深长地打乱
- upset suddenly 突然打翻
- upset unaccountably 莫名其妙地打翻
- upset unexpectedly 意外地打翻
- upset wearily 令人厌烦地打翻
- upset pail 打翻的桶
- mentally upset 心烦意乱
- get upset about 为…而心烦
When an upset was..inevitable, the horses slackened their pace.出自： B. Hall
The Major..was afraid of the..consequences of an upset of the canoe.出自： C. B. Mansfield
Big parties make me nervous. All day my stomach is upset thinking about it.出自： H. Robbins
When we split up, I was very upset.出自：Essentials
If the horses had not run so fast we should not have upset.出自： T. Knight
- upset, agitate, disturb, perturb
- disturb有时并不意味着使受扰的人动了感情; perturb的意思是“把…扰得紊乱不安”,使受扰乱者焦急烦恼; agitate强调使受扰乱者感情激动甚至不能克制自己; upset的意思是使人心绪烦乱,感觉不舒服,或打乱预定的安排。
- upset, capsize, overturn
- overturn指“颠覆,推翻”已经确立的政权、制度等; capsize原意是“倾覆”车、船等,引申指把某物突然底朝天地翻过来或彻底扰乱某种精神状态; upset指身体、思想或感情上由于内部或外部原因而失调,尤指废止或推翻某种制度、计划等。
- upset, nervous
- nervous表示内在的惴惴不安,精神上的紧张状态,而表露在外的可能是“镇静的”; upset是指情绪上或感情上的突变,强调完全失去了心理平衡,有“心烦意乱的”含义,这种紧张状态也许表露在外,也许表露在内。例如:
- Some are nervous in the dark.有些人在黑暗里会感到不安。
- She was deeply upset.她感到烦躁不安。