Definition of 'mood'
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It just put them in a good mood. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Perhaps she had been in a bad mood. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He urged politicians and business leaders to recognise the popular mood. Times, Sunday Times (2017)But no one was in a bad mood. The Sun (2016)The mood is very different on either side of the Atlantic. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There needs to be flirting, to put people in the mood. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The mood is totally different for Everton. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I can guess why she was in such a good mood. The Sun (2017)It's partly about the mood music from Britain detected in foreign capitals. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Their music would surely capture the mood of tragedy that will hang heavy in the air. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The two men were not in a good mood. Times, Sunday Times (2014)You soothe moods and get people to work together. The Sun (2014)There is an angry resentful mood against politics and politicians in many countries. The Times Literary Supplement (2011)That was the mood of the times. Times, Sunday Times (2008)You can read minds and moods at home and soothe family feelings. The Sun (2008)The mood was one of stark simplicity. Times, Sunday Times (2014)To do that is to misread the mood of the moment. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Feel in a good mood or feel in a bad mood. Your One Week Way to Mind-Fitness (1994)This was the mood music he needed. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Whether they are in any mood to give way is another matter entirely. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The strain has pushed her famous mood swings to terrifying new extremes. The Sun (2008)You can talk about more emotive matters when the mood and feelings of others are calmer. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It somehow always manages to capture the mood of the nation with great stories and hilarious headlines. The Sun (2009)This sombre composition captures not just a likeness and a character but a profoundly evocative atmosphere and mood. Times, Sunday Times (2013)That changes the atmosphere and mood. Christianity Today (2000)Once they began to decrease the distance they swam, their mood slowly returned back to normal. EMOTIONAL ROLLERCOASTER: A Journey Through the Science of Feelings (2005)
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Translations for 'mood'
British English: mood /muːd/ NOUN
Your mood is the way you are feeling at a particular time.
He was in a very good mood today.
- American English: mood
- Arabic: مِزَاجٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: humor
- Chinese: 心情
- Croatian: raspoloženje
- Czech: nálada
- Danish: humør
- Dutch: stemming humeur
- European Spanish: humor talante
- Finnish: mieliala
- French: humeur
- German: Stimmung
- Greek: διάθεση ψυχική
- Italian: umore
- Japanese: 気分
- Korean: 기분
- Norwegian: sinnsstemning
- Polish: nastrój
- European Portuguese: humor
- Romanian: dispoziție
- Russian: настроение
- Spanish: humor
- Swedish: humör
- Thai: อารมณ์
- Turkish: ruh durumu
- Ukrainian: настрій
- Vietnamese: tâm trạng
Definition of mood from the Collins English Dictionary
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