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mood
/ mu:d; mud/ n 1 state of one's feelings or mind at a particular time ; : She's in a good mood (ie happy) today. . * He's always in a bad mood (ie irritable and angry) on Mondays. . * His mood suddenly changed and he became calm. , . 2 fit of bad temper; depression ; : He's in a mood/in one of his moods today. . 3 (usu sing ) way a group or community feels about sth; atmosphere , : The film captured (ie described very well) the mood of quiet confidence at the hospital. . 4 (idm ) (be) in the mood for (doing) sth/to do sth feeling like doing sth; inclined to do sth : I'm not in the mood to disagree with you. . (be) in no mood for (doing) sth/to do sth not feeling like doing sth; not inclined to sth : He's in no mood for (telling) jokes/to tell jokes. .
OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY posted at 2009-11-22 13:41:55
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mood
/ mu:d; mud/ n (grammar) any of the three sets of verb forms that show whether what is said or written is considered certain, possible, doubtful, necessary, desirable, etc , , : the indicative/imperative/subjunctive mood [/].
OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY posted at 2009-11-22 13:41:55
mood
/ mu:d; mud/ n (grammar) any of the three sets of verb forms that show whether what is said or written is considered certain, possible, doubtful, necessary, desirable, etc , , : the indicative/imperative/subjunctive mood [/].
OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY posted at 2009-11-22 13:41:55

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