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  1. mood

    • IPA[mo͞od]

    美式

    • n.
      a temporary state of mind or feeling;an angry, irritable, or sullen state of mind
    • adj.
      (especially of music) inducing or suggestive of a particular feeling or state of mind
    • noun: mood, plural noun: moods

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    • 1. (especially of music) inducing or suggestive of a particular feeling or state of mind mood music a Chekhov mood piece
    • n.
      music intended to create a particular mood or feeling: the sound quality of the film was top-notch, with excellent mood music throughout

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      music intended to create a particular mood or feeling: the sound quality of the film was top-notch, with excellent mood music throughout

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      any of a group of mental conditions characterized by persistent disturbance of mood, especially ... true clinical depression is a mood disorder, which can interfere with everyday life for an extended time

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    • n.
      an angry or irritable state of mind: the cold put him in a bad mood I smiled, my bad mood forgotten for the moment

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      an abrupt and apparently unaccountable change of mood.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      an angry or irritable state of mind: the cold put him in a bad mood I smiled, my bad mood forgotten for the moment

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    • IPA[muːd]

    英式

    • n.
      a temporary state of mind or feeling: he appeared to be in a very good mood about something

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    • IPA[muːd]

    英式

    • n.
      a category or form which indicates whether a verb expresses fact (indicative mood), command ... one is obliged to consider the interrelationship of tense and mood in Arabic you can choose to do exercises that only pertain to reflexives or the subjunctive mood

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    • IPA[mo͞od]

    美式

    • n.
      a category or form which indicates whether a verb expresses fact (indicative mood), command ... one is obliged to consider the interrelationship of tense and mood in Arabic you can choose to do exercises that only pertain to reflexives or the subjunctive mood

    Oxford American Dictionary