Noun(1) a characteristic (habitual or relatively temporary(2) the prevailing psychological state(3) verb inflections that express how the action or state is conceived by the speaker
(1) If this is him in a bad mood , no wonder so many people declare him a joy to work with.(2) It's pure mood music - ten instrumental tracks that take you somewhere.(3) I may be in a mood this morning.(4) he was obviously in a mood(5) Both sound and music are critical to the cinematic experience - they help set the mood , the tone, and the ambience of the level.(6) But then other people seem to like it a lot so maybe I was in a mood .(7) It's mood music, sure, but more specifically dinner music - really romantic dinner music.(8) mood music(9) But the key point here is that it's the subjunctive mood , not the subjunctive case.(10) In this case, a worker may try to dispel a bad mood by suspending work, rather than searching for a new solution.(11) If the verbs were in the indicative mood , we would expect she was coming in the first sentence, the chairman resigns in the second, and the lawsuit is dropped in the third.(12) Such is the quality of his work, that he does not need the neon lights, mood music and other special effects which so hampered last year's offering.(13) The right mood music can do a lot for an evening of love, but there's no accounting for taste.(14) he appeared to be in a very good mood about something(15) Music can enhance a good mood, confirm a bad mood , console me, remind me of specific events, people, places in my life.(16) He's going to be producing CD's of mood music and meditation music for her.
(1) bad mood :: hwyliau drwg
(2) good mood :: hwyliau da
(3) in the mood :: yn y hwyliau
(4) in a bad mood :: mewn hwyliau drwg
(5) mood swing :: swing hwyliau
(6) in a good mood :: mewn hwyliau da
(7) in the mood for :: yn y naws ar gyfer
(8) mood disorder :: anhwylder hwyliau
(9) mood board :: bwrdd hwyliau
(10) subjunctive mood :: modd dibynnol
2. a bad mood ::
3. atmosphere ::
4. climate ::
5. mode ::
6. temper ::
mood, moodily, moods, moody
Word Example from TV Shows
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I'm still in a great MOOD.
The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 16
I'm in a pretty great MOOD today myself.
The Big Bang Theory Season 9, Episode 12
I was trying
to lighten the MOOD.
The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 10
"I don’t know,
it makes me be in a good MOOD."
Money Heist Season 1, Episode 9
Siri, I'm in the MOOD for gelato.
The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 14
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