perturbed

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Simple past tense and past participle of perturb

He is perturbed.

Disturbed; flustered
{a} disquieted, disturbed, vexed, uneasy
thrown into a state of agitated confusion; (`rattled' is an informal term)
past of perturb
Agitated; disturbed; troubled
If someone is perturbed by something, they are worried by it. He apparently was not perturbed by the prospect of a policeman coming to call = alarmed. worried about something that has happened or will happen (perturber, from perturbare)
{s} worried, concerned, alarmed; agitated, disturbed; bewildered, confused
perturb
To slightly modify the motion of an object
perturb
To disturb; to bother or unsettle
perturb
To modify the motion of a body by exerting a gravitational force
perturbed.
perturbated
perturb
to disturb greatly
perturb
{v} to disquiet, disturb, vex, confuse
perturb
To cause a celestial body, to deviate from its predicted orbit, usually under the gravitational influence of another celestial object
perturb
disturb in mind or make uneasy or cause to be worried or alarmed; "She was rather perturbed by the news that her father was seriously ill"
perturb
{f} worry, alarm, concern; perplex, bewilder; agitate, upset, excite, disturb
perturb
disturb or interfere with the usual path of an electron or atom; "The electrons were perturbed by the passing ion"
perturb
(N) -to throw into great disorder; derange; bother; annoy
perturb
cause a celestial body to deviate from a theoretically regular orbital motion, especially as a result of interposed or extraordinary gravitational pull; "The orbits of these stars were perturbed by the passings of a comet"
perturb
To modify slightly, such as an equation or value
perturb
disturb or interfere with the usual path of an electron or atom; "The electrons were perturbed by the passing ion
perturb
To cause a planet or satellite to deviate from a theoretically regular orbital motion
perturb
To disorder; to confuse
perturb
To disturb; to agitate; to vex; to trouble; to disquiet
perturb
If something perturbs you, it worries you quite a lot. What perturbs me is that magazine articles are so much shorter nowadays. see also perturbed
perturb
throw into great confusion or disorder; "Fundamental Islamicists threaten to perturb the social order in Algeria and Egypt"
perturb
throw into great confusion or disorder; disturb in mind or make uneasy or cause to be worried or alarmed; "She was rather perturbed by the news that her father was seriously ill"
perturbed

    Turkish pronunciation

    pırtırbd

    Pronunciation

    /pərˈtərbd/ /pɜrˈtɜrbd/

    Etymology

    [ p&r-'t&rb ] (transitive verb.) 14th century. Middle English, from Middle French perturber, from Latin perturbare to throw into confusion, from per- + turbare to disturb; more at TURBID.

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