upset englannista suomeksi
sekaisin oleva, sekaisin
epäjärjestyksessä oleva, epäjärjestyksessä
tuohtunut, poissa tolaltaan
saada pois tolaltaan
''He was upset when she refused his friendship.''
''My children often get upset with their classmates.''
Feeling unwell, nauseated, or ready to vomit.
''His stomach was upset, so he didn't want to move.''
(1) or disruption.
An unexpected victory of a competitor or candidate that was not favored to win.
''"collision and upset": impact with another object or an overturn for whatever reason.''
1958 May 12, advertisement, ''Life'', volume 44, number 19, page 110 http://books.google.com/books?id=vFMEAAAAMBAJ&pg=PA110&dq=pepto:
- "Bob, let's cancel the babysitter. With this upset stomach, I can't go out tonight.
- "Try Pepto-Bismol. Hospital tests prove it relieves upsets. And it's great for indigestion or nausea, too!"
The dangerous situation where the flight attitude or airspeed of an aircraft is outside the designed bounds of operation, possibly resulting in loss of control.
(quote-book)|title=Aircraft Accident Report: Northwest Airlines, Inc., Boeing 720B, N724US, Near Miami, Florida, February 12, 1963|url=https://rosap.ntl.bts.gov/view/dot/33689|accessdate=25 November 2022|date=1 June 1965|chapter=Synopsis|page=1|text=The Board determines that the probable cause of this accident was the unfavorable interaction of severe vertical air drafts and large longitudinal control displacements resulting in a longitudinal upset from which a successful recovery was not made.
''I’m sure the bad news will upset him, but he needs to know.''
''Introducing a foreign species can upset the ecological balance.''
''The fatty meat upset his stomach.''
- ''But this argument, which first Anaxagoras and later Eudoxus and certain others used, is very easily upset; for it is not difficult to collect many insuperable objections to such a view.''
To defeat unexpectedly.
''Truman upset Dewey in the 1948 US presidential election.''
To be upset or knocked over.
''The carriage upset when the horse bolted.''
R. of Brunne
- with sail on mast upset
To thicken and shorten, as a heated piece of iron, by hammering on the end.
To shorten (a tire) in the process of resetting, originally by cutting it and hammering on the ends.