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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (irritated)
a. upset (involving sadness or disappointment)
Estoy muy disgustada contigo por haberme mentido.I'm very upset with you for having lied to me.
b. disappointed (involving sadness or disappointment)
Paulina se siente muy disgustada con el servicio que le han dado.Paulina is very disappointed with the service she received.
c. displeased (involving sadness or disappointment)
Creo que Andrés estaba disgustado de que no lo hubiéramos invitado.I think Andrés was displeased that we didn't invite him.
d. annoyed (involving anger)
Mi madre está disgustada consigo misma porque debería haber hecho algo.My mother's annoyed with herself because she should have done something.
e. angry (involving anger)
Estamos disgustados porque el gobierno no ofrece ayuda a los refugiados.We're angry that the government isn't offering the refugees any help.
2. (unhappy)
a. upset
Estaba muy disgustada por no haber sido admitida en la universidad.I was very upset because I didn't get a place at university.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (enojado)
a. upset
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Phrases with "disgustado"
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me respondió como si estuviera disgustado conmigo
he replied as if he were upset with me
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