English: upset

English verb 'upset' conjugated in all tenses

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Nominal Forms

Infinitive: to upset
Participle: upset
Gerund: upsetting

Indicative

Present

Iupset
youupset
he;she;itupsets
weupset
youupset
theyupset

Perfect

Ihave upset
youhave upset
he;she;ithas upset
wehave upset
youhave upset
theyhave upset

Past

Iupset
youupset
he;she;itupset
weupset
youupset
theyupset

Pluperfect

Ihad upset
youhad upset
he;she;ithad upset
wehad upset
youhad upset
theyhad upset

Future

Iwill upset
youwill upset
he;she;itwill upset
wewill upset
youwill upset
theywill upset

Future perfect

Iwill have upset
youwill have upset
he;she;itwill have upset
wewill have upset
youwill have upset
theywill have upset

Subjunctive

Present

Iupset
youupset
he;she;itupset
weupset
youupset
theyupset

Perfect

Ihave upset
youhave upset
he;she;ithave upset
wehave upset
youhave upset
theyhave upset

Imperfect

Iupset
youupset
he;she;itupset
weupset
youupset
theyupset

Pluperfect

Ihad upset
youhad upset
he;she;ithad upset
wehad upset
youhad upset
theyhad upset

Conditional

Present

Iwould upset
youwould upset
he;she;itwould upset
wewould upset
youwould upset
theywould upset

Perfect

Iwould have upset
youwould have upset
he;she;itwould have upset
wewould have upset
youwould have upset
theywould have upset

Imperative

youupset
weLet's upset
youupset

Progressive (Continuous) Forms

Indicative

Present

Iam upsetting
youare upsetting
he;she;itis upsetting
weare upsetting
youare upsetting
theyare upsetting

Perfect

Ihave been upsetting
youhave been upsetting
he;she;ithas been upsetting
wehave been upsetting
youhave been upsetting
theyhave been upsetting

Past

Iwas upsetting
youwere upsetting
he;she;itwas upsetting
wewere upsetting
youwere upsetting
theywere upsetting

Pluperfect

Ihad been upsetting
youhad been upsetting
he;she;ithad been upsetting
wehad been upsetting
youhad been upsetting
theyhad been upsetting

Future

Iwill be upsetting
youwill be upsetting
he;she;itwill be upsetting
wewill be upsetting
youwill be upsetting
theywill be upsetting

Future perfect

Iwill have been upsetting
youwill have been upsetting
he;she;itwill have been upsetting
wewill have been upsetting
youwill have been upsetting
theywill have been upsetting

Conditional

Present

Iwould be upsetting
youwould be upsetting
he;she;itwould be upsetting
wewould be upsetting
youwould be upsetting
theywould be upsetting

Perfect

Iwould have been upsetting
youwould have been upsetting
he;she;itwould have been upsetting
wewould have been upsetting
youwould have been upsetting
theywould have been upsetting

Additional Information

Phrasal Verbs

Etymology

c.1440, "to set up, fix," from up + set (v.). Cf. M.Du. opsetten, Ger. aufsetzen. Modern sense of "overturn, capsize" (1803) is that of obsolete overset. Meaning "to throw into mental discomposure" is from 1805. The noun sense of "overturning of a vehicle or boat" is recorded from 1804.