Angielskie słowo "zdenerwowany" (flurried) występuje w zestawach:Fiszki z książki - "Sailing" (E. F. Knight)Fiszki z książki - "A Mock Idyl" (Percy Ross)Fiszki z książki - "Chinese Poems" (Various)Fiszki z książki - "The Outcaste" (F. E. Penny)Fiszki z książki - "Trilby" (George Du Maurier)
I feel a lot better now, but I know Dad's going to be real upset.
Information is sometimes held back from patients when it is thought it might upset them.
It is unlikely that such a cool headed person got upset.
To have more than one problem before him at one time makes him irritable, upset and exasperated.
Your son is very upset. / I'm sorry. I didn't mean to upset you. / I didn't tell you this to upset you. / I think it might upset some of my patients. / The last thing I wanted to do is upset anyone.
Growing centrist sentiment threatens to upset America's traditional two-party system.
The office has been topsy-turvy since the merger upset everything.
Sometimes being overcautious in planning could upset the apple cart.
This morning I had a bit of a disagreement with my wife. I didn't think it was a big deal, but seeing what she's like this evening I think I must have upset her.
His untimely statement has not only let the cat out of the bag but also upset the apple cart for the peace move.
if there is an upset in the process, the system is robust enough
get upset = zezłościć się, be upset=być zdenerowanym
Ichiro sounded somehow upset but my long years of hanging out with him told me that it was out and out fake.
Angielskie słowo "zdenerwowany" (upset) występuje w zestawach:Market Leader, Unit 4 - Success [EXCERSISES]POWTÓRZENIE SŁÓWKA ROZ. 1,2,3+11 (ZDROWIE)Enterprise 1 - Companion - Story 1, Episode 2MANHATTAN_9A Lucky encounters_The ticket inspectorLongman pre-intermediate workbook wordlist unit 9
Angielskie słowo "zdenerwowany" (extemporized) występuje w zestawach:Fiszki z książki - "Germinal" (Émile Zola)Fiszki z książki - "The Deserter" (Charles King)Fiszki z książki - ""Tex"" (Clarence E. Mulford)Fiszki z książki - "Orley Farm" (Anthony Trollope)Fiszki z książki - "The Hansa Towns" (Helen Zimmern)
Angielskie słowo "zdenerwowany" (stultified) występuje w zestawach:Fiszki z książki - "My Story" (Anson Mills)Fiszki z książki - "The Quest" (Pío Baroja)Fiszki z książki - "Peccavi" (E. W. Hornung)Fiszki z książki - "The Clue" (Carolyn Wells)Fiszki z książki - "Hidden Gold" (Wilder Anthony)
They became nervous.
I have to be honest. I was a little bit nervous the first time I had an MRI scan.
With so many people around he naturally became a bit nervous.
Hers was a nervous disease, and a change of air was an urgent need.
I may seem confident, but I get extremely nervous speaking in front of people. My hands tremble, I get all tongue-tied, and sometimes I don't even know what I'm saying myself.
I'm the type who gets nervous in front of people, so I'm bad at speech making.
The nervous girl is in the habit of chewing the end of her pencil.
When he gets up on stage to sing one of his out-of-tune solos, I get so nervous for him that I get sweaty palms.
I was really nervous to see how they dealt with each other just now. I guess things were touch-and-go between them.
It is to be regretted that comparatively little is known of the phenomenon of fatigue in the central nervous system.
You're right when you say how high the wall is; I was nervous at first, too.
The real, biological nervous system is highly complex and includes some features that may seem superfluous based on an understanding of artificial networks.
Why is it so difficult to establish that the nervous cell is the basic unit for the nervous tissue?
I feel nervous when I have to walk home late at night through a cemetery. I am scared of ghosts. Many people feel nervous before their driving test.
Angielskie słowo "zdenerwowany" (nervous) występuje w zestawach:Feelings – Basic Polish Vocabularyexpress publishing, vocabulary bank- peoplePodróżowanie i turystyka 6.5, 6.6, 6.79.2 OXFORD CZŁOWIEK FEELINGS part 2unit 7 new matura success intermediate
He was always annoyed in the city by noises of one sort or another.
He arrived an hour late, which annoyed me very much.
The people next door were annoyed with us for making so much noise last night.
I'm annoyed at your selfishness.
annoyed, annoyed at [sb/sth], annoyed with [sb/sth] (adj + prep), annoyed about sth
Of course he thought it was a joke and let it slide with a "hm?" but he was seriously annoyed. I mean, just don't say things like that even as a joke!
When Fred hears loud music, he gets annoyed.
Her conceit about her beauty annoyed many people.
Children make me feel annoyed.
I must say that I am really annoyed with the Commission.
He was beginning to get very annoyed WITH me ABOUT my untidiness.
Ollie seems to be annoyed with me for some reason at the moment.
She was annoyed to discover that her husband had taken her car keys
I could see how annoyed my mother was when I came home late for dinner.
She was annoyed that her servants used to break plates and glasses when they were washing them after the party.
Angielskie słowo "zdenerwowany" (annoyed) występuje w zestawach:Michal - Kolos I - Rozne wyrazyFEELINGS AND EMOTIONSANGIELSKI SŁÓWKA UNIT Iunit 1 part 1/2angielski unity 26,27,45,46
She became increasingly agitated as the interview proceeded.
Amanda was getting visibly agitated
I feel tense and agitated when I have too much work to do.
She became more and more agitated when her son did not appear.
Calm down! Don't get so agitated.
The thought of questioning Toby agitated him extremely.
Gordon became visibly agitated when asked about the minimum wage issue. Many times the private hospitals transfer their terribly aggressive, agitated patients to us because they cannot handle them.
Ever since she broke up with her boyfriend she is very agitated.
She was agitated by the news of her lover's death.
The leaders of the Union agitated for higher wages.
A sudden wind agitated the surface of the pond.
He was agitated by the news.
She became agitated about her son's safety.
Angielskie słowo "zdenerwowany" (agitated) występuje w zestawach:Qualities of characterQualities of characterOxford Matura Trainer: Peoplevocabulary bank: peoplevocabulary bank: people
It was kind of nervy of Sam to boss around like that.
Why are you so nervy? Mellow out.
Angielskie słowo "zdenerwowany" (nervy) występuje w zestawach:Fiszki z książki - "The Twin Ventriloquists or, Ni...Fiszki z książki - "Boy Scouts on Motorcycles With...Fiszki z książki - "The Norsk Nightingale Being th...Fiszki z książki - "Boy Scouts on the Great Divide...Fiszki z książki - "Cad Metti, The Female Detectiv...
9. ticked off
10. upset about
She was deeply upset about the way her father treated her.
Are You upset about something.
Angielskie słowo "zdenerwowany" (upset about) występuje w zestawach:5.3 Million-dollar riskGrammar 24 verb
Jesus died on the cross. I'm cross because I'm on a diet
In 1881, Clara Barton donated her time to help people in need, starting the American Red Cross.
In truth, there was only one Christian, and he died on the cross.
When I'm home and I'm going to the corner drugstore to pick up some shampoo, why do you always tell me to be careful how I cross the street?
Well, you'll find out that after you cross. If I give too much away right from the start it won't be so interesting.
But she had not expected to cross an ocean, enter a new and romantic-sounding country, and find herself in exactly the same position.
According to research by Gunnar Samuelsson, Jesus may not have died on a cross. Instead, it's possible that he died on a pole or a tree trunk.
It then became necessary to settle the best route for the line to follow; and that was determined, in the first place, by the shape of the land it had to cross.
The river is six miles deep in some areas and the only way to cross it is using a pulley and a rope.
In other words, the merits, etc. of making detours are the consideration of the attitudes of the landowners whose property the line would cross, the convenience of other towns and villages, as well as connection with other railway lines.
My mother always used to get cross with me when I received bad reports from school.
cross - (krzyż, przekreślenie, przejść)
Nordic combined is one of the winter sport events, a competition where you compete on the combination of two Nordic style ski events - cross country skiing and ski jumping.
Angielskie słowo "zdenerwowany" (cross) występuje w zestawach:Test Health and reactionsJęzyk ciała i uczucia
Washington was worried.
If I could only speak English half as well as you can, I wouldn't be worried about traveling around the world.
Many parents are worried their children are not being given a basic understanding of numbers.
He'll never show it, but I think that deep down, he's seriously worried.
It looks like it may rain today. I'm worried that our cherry-blossom-viewing party might be canceled.
The worried housewife heard the telephone ring and quickly picked up the receiver.
While welcoming the firming up of the present government policy to abandon the proposal of the reform bill to the Diet, at the same time some are worried that Prime Minister Koizumi won't clearly state the bill's withdrawal.
Judging by her expression, she looked worried.
I'm worried because the dentist I went to recently told me, "You've got periodontitis alright".
The ticket clerk found baggage placed under a bench in the hall, and the ticking sound inside it made him worried.
When I got worried and went to check on him, it looked like he'd barricaded himself in the department's toilet and wasn't coming out.
The corners of his lips showed a bluish tinge that really worried the nurse.
You can't find five minutes to call your worried mother?
This is the gladdest I've seen him since his mother died. He'd been in a funk for so long and, God, I was so worried about him.
Worried, the shopkeeper ran over and kneeled beside Dima, who was breathing heavily - his forehead covered in sweat.
Angielskie słowo "zdenerwowany" (worried) występuje w zestawach:New Matura Succes Unit 4fajny tescjdiddddangielski u 17-20
13. annoyed with
be annoyed with somebody
Angielskie słowo "zdenerwowany" (annoyed with) występuje w zestawach:ADJECTIVE + PREPOSITIONPL moje słowa lamoje słowa LA
14. upset by
15. nervous about
I was quite nervous about it.
I was nervous about staying overtime.
Angielskie słowo "zdenerwowany" (nervous about) występuje w zestawach:Language Summaryrozdział 1 PEOPLE
Being angry, he loudly rattled the locked door.
When I forgot my promise, he got really angry.
If Tom's girlfriend knew he was here now, she'd be very angry.
No matter how angry he was, he would never resort to violence.
Mr. Suzuki is angry about Tom's prank.
The angry mob overturned cars and smashed storefront windows.
The story was a two-faced lie that she told you to make you angry with me.
The captain was so angry he refused to give the crew shore leave.
Something you should know about me is that when I get angry, I get quiet.
People throughout the north were angry.
The people of Massachusetts were extremely angry.
Tom ran as fast as he could to escape from the angry bear.
The angry citizens took action immediately.
If you disagree with him, he is liable to get angry.
Angielskie słowo "zdenerwowany" (angry) występuje w zestawach:Słówka/cechy charakteru
They confused the names of the sender and the addressee.
When the teacher called on me all of a sudden I got confused and kept stumbling as I spoke.
The situation in Hungary was more confused, at least until 1947.
Confused by her careless mistake, she burst into tears.
The confused mind is the mind that, thinking something over, congeals in one place.
I kept gazing at her until she, totally confused, dropped her gaze.
Sentences? once more, the shopkeeper was confused by Dima's strange ramblings.
I explained it to him, only to make him confused.
His explanation cleared up the first problem, but I was still confused about the second.
I am extremely confused by this. If this is what we call 'the Way of Heaven', then is it right or is it wrong?
If someone is confused they can’t understand something, or think about it clearly.
People are confused about all the different labels on food these days.
Ken found himself more confused about his feelings than saddened
Learning Japanese was hard. There were so many alphabets and new words I felt really confused when I started.
My boss is starting to get edgy.
Just one edgy piece of furniture can make your space look luxurious. Edgy is an English slang term used to describe things, behaviors or trends which are provocative or avant-garde, and is often used to describe things that are dark and gothic in nature.
She acted kinda edgy.
he was edgy about having to wait to perform with the Mariinsky in June
My mood turned edgy, then annoyed.
He was feeling a little edgy about the whole thing.
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