mood

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈmuːd/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/mud/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(mo̅o̅d)


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mood

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. is in a [bad, foul, good, great, horrible] mood
  2. why are you in such a [bad] mood?
  3. it depends on [her, the kind of] mood
  4. [appears, seems] to be in a good mood
  5. I'm just not in the mood (for)
  6. am not in the mood for [dancing, working, studying, sex]
  7. the [child, boy] is in one of his moods again
  8. wherever the mood [takes, leads] you
  9. moods affect [judgment, diets, performance]
  10. improve your mood
  11. killed the mood
  12. try to gauge the mood (of)
  13. [to, will, ought to] get you in the mood
  14. the [album, painting] captures the mood
  15. it [sums up, reflects, encapsulates] his mood
  16. the [room, shop] has a [relaxing, inviting] mood
  17. the town's [uncertain, skeptical, apprehensive] mood
  18. the [artist's, public's] mood at the time
  19. grammar: the [imperative, indicative, subjunctive] mood
n as adj
  1. mood [music, lighting, decor]
  2. mood [enhancers, monitoring]
  3. [create, use] a mood board
  4. [experience, suffer from] mood swings
  5. wears a mood ring
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