Meaning of “Asetta(焦った)”

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“Asetta(焦った)” means “I was freaking out” or “I was upset”.
“Asetta(焦った)” is the past tense of “Aseru(焦る)”.

We often use this word after we were freaking out.

Example Conversation

A: Have you handed in the report?
B: What? The dead line is tomorrow, right?
A: Um… I think the dead line is today.
B: Oh, seriously???
A: Oh, no, the dead line is tomorrow, sorry.
B: Asetta(焦った), cut it out.

A: レポート提出した?
B: え、明日までだよね?
A: あれ、今日までじゃない?
B: マジで!?え、うそでしょ!?
A: あ、明日までだ。ごめんごめん。
B: 焦ったー、やめてよー。

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