Definition of mood swing in English:

mood swing

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  • An abrupt and unaccountable change of mood.
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    • Well she didn't sound too angry, but you never know she could have a severe mood swing; maybe she had just gone insane?
    • ‘Sorry, sorry,’ I mumbled, taken aback by her sudden mood swing.
    • She shot back, a mood swing suddenly in course, ‘I'm not a little girl anymore and I know what to do and what not to do!’

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