VERBS appear, be, feel, look, seem, sound | become, get Don't get so upset about it! | remain | leave sb, make sb The incident had left him visibly angry and upset.
ADV. badly, bitterly, deeply, desperately, dreadfully, extremely, genuinely, greatly, particularly, profoundly, really, seriously, terribly, very She's obviously deeply upset by his behaviour. | thoroughly | a bit, a little, pretty, quite, rather | clearly, obviously, visibly
PREP. about upset about her divorce | at He was upset at missing all the excitement. | by upset by the death of their pet | with I think she may be a bit upset with you.
ADJ. big, major | minor | emotional
VERB + UPSET have We had our first major upset when Rogers was taken off with a leg injury. | cause
ADV. badly, deeply, really, terribly | easily She was sensitive and easily upset.
VERB + UPSET not mean to, not want to, not wish to I'm sorry?I didn't mean to upset you. Keep the volume down?we don't want to upset the neighbours! | be likely to This decision is likely to upset a lot of people.