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English definition of “be in one of your moods”

be in one of your moods

informal
If a person is in one of their moods, they are being unfriendly and angry in a way that is typical of them: Tim's in one of his moods so I'm keeping out of his way.Moods
(Definition of be in one of your moods from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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