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worked up — adj [not before noun] informal very upset or excited about something worked up about/over ▪ You shouldn t get so worked up about it. →work up at ↑work1 … Dictionary of contemporary English
worked\ up — • worked up • wrought up adj literary Feeling strongly; excited; angry; worried. Mary was all worked up about the exam. John got worked up when they blamed him for losing the game. Compare: on edge … Словарь американских идиом
worked up — [ ,wɜrkt ʌp ] adjective upset, angry, or excited: There s no point in getting so worked up about a soccer game … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
worked on — worked concerning , was occupied with , worked extensively … English contemporary dictionary
worked up — index frenetic Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 … Law dictionary
worked-up — worked′ up′ adj. wrought up • Etymology: 1900–05 … From formal English to slang
worked up — adjective (of persons) excessively affected by emotion he would become emotional over nothing at all she was worked up about all the noise • Syn: ↑aroused, ↑emotional, ↑excited • Similar to: ↑agitated … Useful english dictionary
worked up — adj. (colloq.) worked up about, over (he got himself all worked up over a trifle) * * * over (he got himself all worked up over a trifle) (colloq.) worked up about … Combinatory dictionary
worked — /werrkt/, adj. that has undergone working. [1700 10; WORK + ED2] Syn. WORKED, WROUGHT both apply to something on which effort has been applied. WORKED implies expended effort of almost any kind: a worked silver mine. WROUGHT implies fashioning,… … Universalium
worked — [[t]wɜrkt[/t]] adj. having undergone working • Etymology: 1700–10 syn: worked, wrought both apply to something on which effort has been applied. worked implies expended effort of almost any kind: a worked silver mine. wrought implies fashioning,… … From formal English to slang