Old words often reenter the English language with new meanings, One such word is the adjective 'gutted'. The verb 'to gut' means to remove the inner organs from a dead animal or fish. But the past participle of the verb, the word 'gutted' has, during the past few years, become very popular in English, and it has a meaning of its own. If you say 'I'm gutted' it means you are very, very upset. Paul, Veronica and Matt are all very upset about something. Listen to what they have to say.