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n.心情,情绪,语气,状态
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/mu:d; mud/
n
1 state of one's feelings or mind at a particular time 心境; 情绪
*She's in a good mood (ie happy) today. 她今天心情很好.
* He's always in a bad mood (ie irritable and angry) on Mondays. 他每星期一情绪都很坏.
* His mood suddenly changed and he became calm. 他的情绪突然一变, 冷静了下来.
2 fit of bad temper; depression 发脾气; 情绪低落
*He's in a mood/in one of his moods today. 他今天闹情绪了.
3 (usu sing 通常作单数) way a group or community feels about sth; atmosphere (人群或社会对某事物的)心态, 气氛
*The film captured (ie described very well) the mood of quiet confidence at the hospital. 影片捕捉到了医院里沉着而自信的气氛.
4 (idm 习语) (be) in the mood for (doing) sth/to do sth feeling like doing sth; inclined to do sth 有做某事物的心思或兴致
*I'm not in the mood to disagree with you. 我没有心思跟你争论. (be) in no mood for (doing) sth/to do sth not feeling like doing sth; not inclined to sth 没有做某事物的心思或兴致
*He's in no mood for (telling) jokes/to tell jokes. 他没心情说笑话.

/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 式, 语气(以动词形式表现的三种语法特徵, 可表示确实、可能、怀疑、必要、愿望等语气)
*the indicative/imperative/subjunctive mood 陈述[祈使/虚拟]语气.

mood


n
1【way you feel】
2 be in a mood
3 be/feel in the mood for something
4 be in no mood for something/to do something
5【way a place or event feels】
6【grammar】
[Sense: 1-5; Origin:Old English mod 'mind, courage']
[Sense: 6; Date: 1500-1600; Origin: mode]
【WAY YOU FEEL】[C]
the way you feel at a particular time
 You're in a good mood this morning!
 The manager was in a foul mood and was shouting at everyone.
The players are all in a confident mood .
 What kind of mood is she in today?
 The good weather put him in an excellent mood for breakfast.
 It usually takes me a couple of days to get into the holiday mood .
 The mood of the crowd was unpredictable.
 the growing mood of confidence in East-West relations
 the general mood of depression in the office
Why had her mood changed so dramatically?
a mental disorder characterized by severe mood swings
 The weather did little to lighten their mood .
 The movie accurately reflects the mood of the time .
be in a mood
to feel unhappy, impatient, or angry and to refuse to speak normally to other people
 He's been in a real mood all day.
 Don't talk to her. She's in one of her moods (=used about someone who is often unhappy, angry etc) .
be/feel in the mood for sth
to feel that you would like to do something
 We really felt in the mood for a party.
 I don't want to talk about it now. I'm not in the mood.
be in no mood for sth/to do sth
to not want to do something, or be determined not to do something
 I was in no mood for a joke.
 George was in no mood to be sociable.
【WAY A PLACE OR EVENT FEELS】 [singular]
the way that a place, event, book, film etc seems or makes you feel
 The opening shot of dark, rainy streets sets the mood for the whole film.
【GRAMMAR】[C]technical
one of the sets of verb forms in grammar: the indicative (=expressing a fact or action) , the imperative (=expressing a command) , the interrogative (=expressing a question) or the subjunctive (=expressing a doubt or wish)
COLLOCATES for sense 1
in a good mood (=happy)
in a bad mood (=angry)
in a foul mood (=in a very bad mood)
in a confident/optimistic mood
in a holiday/party/festive mood
put somebody in a good/bad etc mood (=make someone feel happy, angry etc)
get into the mood (=start to feel that you are ready and want to do something)
mood of confidence/optimism/despair/gloom etc
the general mood (=among a group of people)
the mood of the time/moment
somebody's mood changes
mood swings (=sudden big changes in someone's mood)
lighten somebody's mood (=make someone happier)
reflect/capture somebody's mood (=show what someone is feeling)

1. But until recently, the academic edge gained by participating in sports was thought to come from the increased self-confidence, the better mood, and the ability to concentrate that comes from burning off steam in exercise.
    但直到最近,人们还认为因参加体育运动而获得的学业优势来自于增强的自信、更好的心态,以及由运动时消耗体力所带来的集中注意力的能力。

2. The strikers were in a militant mood.
    罢工者群情激奋.

3. That evening he was in an unusually light-hearted mood.
    那晚他的心情异常轻松。

4. The mood of the people on the landing had quite changed by now, and they were muttering with anger.
    站在楼梯平台上的人们的情绪现在已经有了很大的改变,他们都气愤地嘀咕着。

5. My mood gradually lightened.
    我的心情慢慢轻松起来.

6. My mood is only transient; it will go away pretty soon.
    我的情绪只是一时的,很快就会过去的。

7. 2. Mood Management.
    2.情绪控制

8. “Thirty-one minutes,” Albert said, in a bad mood.
    "31分钟," 艾伯特没好气地说。"

9. I don´t spend money freely just because I´m in a bad mood.
    我不只是因为心情不好就随便花钱.

10. I´m in no mood for trifling.
    我无心嬉戏。

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