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What does it mean? This adjective is used to show how disappointed you or someone is. It means very disappointed.
Is it positive or negative? It’s always used as a negative.
When do you use it? You use it to tell others that you or someone else is really disappointed about something. It is frequently used in the UK.
Example 1: She didn’t get the job she wanted. She is gutted
Example 2: He brought doughnuts to the office because it was his birthday, but when I got there, they had all gone. I was gutted.
Example 3: His team lost 3-1 in the North London Derby. He is absolutely gutted.
Question: When was the last time you were gutted about something?
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