Definition of 'moody'
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He is always moody and gets angry easily. The Sun (2016)Think dark and moody when hitting the high street and layer up with rollneck jumpers. The Sun (2016)It veers from moody French film music to something much darker when he tackles his true subject, prejudice. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He is moody and generally angry at the world. The Sun (2011)Her parents had rowed bitterly and friends said she was often upset and moody because she was unhappy at home. Times, Sunday Times (2006)At primary school she was bright and engaged but since moving to our local comprehensive she has become lazy and moody. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It was just sad and moody. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Do you choose a pale shade of grey or plump for a darker, more moody tone? Times, Sunday Times (2015)That he's moody and unpredictable just makes him more interesting. The Sun (2012)Sitting at desk - mean and moody. The Sun (2008) Dark and moody - but in a good way. The Sun (2014)He's become moody and very snappy. The Sun (2012)He is aggressive and moody, often verbally nasty to me. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Now the texting between them has finally stopped but he's moody and angry with me. The Sun (2010)The night before, her moody, unpredictable husband had held a knife to her throat. Times, Sunday Times (2016)After all, he has been making a similar kind of moody and elliptical music for years, with precious little acclaim. Times, Sunday Times (2006)I would smile, put on a front - and then act irritable or moody or depressed. Positive Parent Power (1991)
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Translations for 'moody'
British English: moody /ˈmuːdɪ/ ADJECTIVE
A moody person often becomes depressed or angry without any warning.
His mother was very moody.
- American English: moody
- Arabic: مُتَقَلِبُ الْـمِزَاجِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: mal-humorado
- Chinese: 喜怒无常的
- Croatian: zlovoljan
- Czech: náladový
- Danish: nedtrykt
- Dutch: humeurig
- European Spanish: malhumorado estar
- Finnish: pahantuulinen
- French: lunatique
- German: launisch
- Greek: κακόκεφος
- Italian: volubile
- Japanese: むっつりした
- Korean: 침울한
- Norwegian: lunefull
- Polish: ponury
- European Portuguese: mal-humorado
- Romanian: capricios
- Russian: унылый
- Spanish: malhumorado
- Swedish: nyckfull
- Thai: หงุดหงิด
- Turkish: huysuz
- Ukrainian: похмурий
- Vietnamese: thất thường
Definition of moody from the Collins English Dictionary
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