to upset the stomach

to upset the stomach
to upset the/one's stomach/to put the/one's stomach out of order/to disorder the stomach/to disarrange the stomach расстроить/испортить желудок

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  • upset — [up set′; ] for n. always, and for adj. also [, up′set΄] vt. upset, upsetting [ME upsetten: see UP1 & SET] 1. Obs. to set up; erect 2. a) to tip over; overturn [to upset a vase] …   English World dictionary

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  • upset — up|set1 [ ,ʌp set ] adjective ** 1. ) very sad, worried, or angry about something: Why are you so upset? They felt too upset to talk about the incident. upset about/over/by: They re all still very upset about losing the case. get/become upset: It …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • stomach — noun 1 part of the body where food is digested ADJECTIVE ▪ empty, full ▪ You shouldn t drink wine on an empty stomach (= without eating food). ▪ dodgy (BrE, informal), queasy, upset …   Collocations dictionary

  • upset — I UK [ʌpˈset] / US [ˌʌpˈset] adjective ** 1) very sad, worried, or angry about something Why are you so upset? They felt too upset to talk about the incident. upset about/over/by: They re all still very upset about losing the case. get/become… …   English dictionary

  • upset — ♦♦♦ upsets, upsetting, upset (Pronounced [[t]ʌ̱pse̱t[/t]] when it is a verb or an adjective. Pronounced [[t]ʌ̱pset[/t]] when it is a noun.) 1) ADJ GRADED: usu v link ADJ, oft ADJ by/about n If you are upset, you are unhappy or disappointed… …   English dictionary

  • upset — 1 verb past tense and past participle upset (T) 1 to make someone feel unhappy or worried: I m sorry, I didn t mean to upset you. 2 to change a plan or situation in a way that causes problems: The delicate ecological balance of the area was upset …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • upset — up|set1 [ˌʌpˈset] adj 1.) [not before noun] unhappy and worried because something unpleasant or disappointing has happened upset by/about/at etc ▪ She was really upset about the way her father treated her. upset that ▪ Debbie was upset that he… …   Dictionary of contemporary English


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