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 Translation for 'upset' from English to Russian
ADJ   upset | more upset | most upset
NOUN   an upset | upsets
VERB   to upset | upset | upset
upsetting | upsets
SYNO broken | confused | derangement | ...
рассержанный {adj} {past-p}upset
4
раздражённый {adj} [рассерженный]upset [annoyed]
3
сердитый {adj} [раздражённый]upset [annoyed]
расстройство {с} желудкаupset stomach
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Usage Examples English
  • Red Grange's Illinois team upset Michigan. The Illini were upset by Minnesota, which in turn was upset by Vanderbilt.
  • Rosalina comes in late for practice (visibly upset) because she went shopping for her dress.
  • At the first Olympic qualifier he was upset by unknown John Jackson, at the second he was again upset by a completely unknown in Tureano Johnson.
  • At the end of the regular season, "Sports Illustrated" chose the Stanford upset of USC as the second "Biggest Upset of 2007" after Division I FCS Appalachian State's 34–32 upset of #5 Michigan.
  • The Rival gets upset and the landlady becomes annoyed.

  • Neither of the games listed here is considered an "upset" by the NCAA. A 6 seed can only score an NCAA-defined "upset" win over a 1 seed.
  • The first upset of the day belonged to 43rd-ranked Vic Wunderle of the United States, who defeated 22nd-ranked Majhi Sawaiyan of India.
  • In 2004, the U.S. FAA issued its first "Airplane Upset Recovery Training Aid". New training programs may be known under the term "advanced maneuver – upset recovery training" (AM-URT).
  • In 2010, Desormeaux teamed up with the filly Unrivaled Belle to score an upset win over Rachel Alexandra in the La Troienne Stakes.
  • who entered following an upset loss to Antonio Tarver earlier that year.

  • At Wimbledon, Davenport was upset in the fourth round by Mary Joe Fernandez.
  • In 2002, George Thompson, a lexicographic researcher, used the full-text online search capabilities of "The New York Times" databases to trace the usage of the verb "to upset" and the noun "upset".
  • On 14 November 2014, the Faroe Islands caused a major international football upset by defeating host Greece 0–1 during the Euro 2016 qualifiers.
  • In 2009, Horvath was appointed to the West Hollywood City Council after the death Councilman Sal Guarriello, which upset some residents as Horvath had only lived in the city for two years.
  • With the heartbreaking upset loss, the Ravens fell to 0–1 for the first time since 2015. This game marked the 12th game with an upset in Week 1 during the 2021 NFL season an NFL record.

  • On March 23, 2019, he scored an upset win at the 2019 Louisiana Derby. He came in at 22:1 odds and rallied in the stretch against Spinoff. The upset win gained him entry into the 2019 Kentucky Derby.
  • Most female teens report that they would be very upset (58%) or a little upset (29%) if they got pregnant, while the remaining 13% report that they would be a little or very pleased.
  • It is sometimes erroneously thought that Upset's unexpected win popularized a new phrase in sports (meaning an underdog beating the favorite) – in fact, the term "upset" was already in use to describe such a situation for decades.
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