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Oxford dictionary definition of the word upset:
(upsets, upsetting; past and past participle upset) [with object]
1make (someone) unhappy, disappointed, or worried:
the accusation upset her
(as adjective upsetting)
a painful and upsetting divorce
2knock (something) over:
he upset a tureen of soup
3cause disorder in; disrupt:
the dam will upset the ecological balance
disturb the digestion of (a person’s stomach):
the motion of the boat would upset his stomach
4 (often as noun upsetting) shorten and thicken the end or edge of (a metal bar, wheel rim, or other object), especially by hammering or pressure when heated.
1an unexpected result or situation:
the greatest upset in boxing history
2 [mass noun] the state of being unhappy, disappointed, or worried:
a legal dispute will cause worry and upset
3a disturbance of a person’s digestive system:
a stomach upset
1 /ʌpˈsɛt/ unhappy, disappointed, or worried:
she looked pale and upset
2 /ˈʌpsɛt/ (of a person’s stomach) having disturbed digestion, especially because of something eaten.