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Japanese translation of “moody”

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moody

adjective
 
/ˈmuː·di/ ( comparative moodier, superlative moodiest)
If you are moody, you are often unfriendly because you feel angry or unhappy.
気難しい, ふさぎこんだ
He can be very moody and rude.
moodily /ˈmuː·dɪ·li/ adverb
不機嫌に
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