Definition of bad mood in English:

bad mood

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noun

An angry or irritable state of mind: the cold put him in a bad mood I smiled, my bad mood forgotten for the moment
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  • My bad mood evaporated.
  • Bad moods are rarely made better by the rain.
  • Her bad moods were still affecting all of us, and I had begun to get really worried.

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