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Translation of "moody" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

moody

adjective     /ˈmuː.di/
If someone is moody, they are often unfriendly because they feel angry or unhappy 心情多變的,喜怒無常的;悶悶不樂的 a moody teenager 情緒多變的少年 He can be quite moody. 他有時脾氣很壞。 Feeling sad and unhappyMoods moodily     /ˈmuː.dɪ.li/ adverb moodiness     /ˈmuː.dɪ.nəs/ noun [U]
(Definition of moody from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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