English version

worked up

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishworked upˌworked ˈup adjective [not before noun] 🔊 🔊 informalUPSET very upset or excited about somethingworked up about/over 🔊 You shouldn’t get so worked up about it. work up at work1
Examples from the Corpus
worked up about/overUltimately, the return of Madness is hardly something to get worked up about.Jane could not get worked up about any car.It would be hard to imagine Old Tom getting worked up about changing rooms.There was no sense in getting too worked up about Mandy.You're getting all worked up over nothing.Even when we were kids I was never that worked up about opening our Christmas stockings.Jack just felt he had better things to do with his time than get worked up about stuff.He simply could not get worked up about the soup.Afterwards, ordinary life seems unimportant: business; politics; all the things people get worked up about: unimportant.
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