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upset

  

      vb   , -sets, -setting, -set   mainly tr  
1    also intr   to tip or be tipped over; overturn, capsize, or spill  
2    to disturb the normal state, course, or stability of  
to upset the balance of nature     
3    to disturb mentally or emotionally  
4    to defeat or overthrow, usually unexpectedly  
5    to make physically ill  
seafood always upsets my stomach     
6    to thicken or spread (the end of a bar, rivet, etc.) by forging, hammering, or swagging  
      n  
7    an unexpected defeat or reversal, as in a contest or plans  
8    a disturbance or disorder of the emotions, body, etc.  
9    a tool used to upset a bar or rivet; swage  
10    a forging or bar that has been upset in preparation for further processing  
      adj  
11    overturned or capsized  
12    emotionally or physically disturbed or distressed  
13    disordered; confused  
14    defeated or overthrown  
     (C14 (in the sense: to set up, erect; C19 in the sense: to overthrow); related to Middle High German ufsetzen to put on, Middle Dutch opzetten)  
  upsettable      adj  
  upsetter      n  
  upsetting      adj  
  upsettingly      adv  


upset price  
      n      another name (esp. Scot., U.S., and Canadian) for       reserve price  
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upset

  

      vb  
1    capsize, knock over, overturn, spill, tip over, topple over  
2    change, disorder, disorganize, disturb, mess up, mix up, put out of order, spoil, turn topsy-turvy  
3    agitate, bother, discompose, disconcert, dismay, disquiet, distress, disturb, faze, fluster, grieve, hassle     (informal)   perturb, ruffle, throw (someone) off balance, trouble, unnerve  
4    be victorious over, conquer, defeat, get the better of, overcome, overthrow, triumph over, win against the odds  
      n  
5    defeat, reverse, shake-up     (informal)   sudden change, surprise  
6    bug     (informal)   complaint, disorder, disturbance, illness, indisposition, malady, queasiness, sickness  
7    agitation, bother, discomposure, disquiet, distress, disturbance, hassle     (informal)   shock, trouble, worry  
      adj  
8    capsized, overturned, spilled, tipped over, toppled, tumbled, upside down  
9    disordered, disturbed, gippy     (slang)   ill, poorly     (informal)   queasy, sick  
10    agitated, bothered, confused, disconcerted, dismayed, disquieted, distressed, disturbed, frantic, grieved, hassled     (informal)   hurt, overwrought, put out, ruffled, troubled, worried  
11    at sixes and sevens, chaotic, confused, disarrayed, disordered, in disarray or disorder, messed up, muddled, topsy-turvy  
12    beaten, conquered, defeated, overcome, overthrown, vanquished  

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v.
upset
exp.
to become very upset about something, usually something that is not important
Other expression: to get your knickers in a knot

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