1. (to be bothered)
When Jane is upset, she doesn't talk to anybody.Cuando Jane está molesta, no habla con nadie.
My mom was upset when I didn't clean my room.Mi mamá se molestó cuando no limpié mi cuarto.
Are you upset? - No, I'm just tired.¿Estás disgustado? - No, solo tengo sueño.
2. (to be distressed)
I was upset when I saw the violent scene in the movie.Estuve alterado cuando vi la escena violenta de la película.
3. (to be offended)
I understand that you're upset, but I didn't mean to hurt your feelings.Entiendo que estás ofendido, pero no quería lastimar tus sentimientos.
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