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English definition of “mood”

mood

noun [C] uk   /muːd/ us  
B1 the way you feel at a particular time: She's in a good/bad mood. Her mood seemed to change during the course of the conversation. The drink had put him in an amiable mood. The public mood changed dramatically after the bombing. The mood of the crowd suddenly turned (= the crowd suddenly became) aggressive.
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