Word: mood

Category: mood

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Related words: mood

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Synonyms: mood

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Translations: mood

spanish
modo, humor


german
anwandlung, launisch, laune, stimmung

french
assiette, diapason, façon, mode, ambiance, ...

italian
umore, modo

portuguese
ambiência, humor, monumento, modo

dutch
sfeer, stemming, humeur, gemoedsgesteldheid, gemoedstoestand, ...

russian
настроение, наклонение, настроенность, тональность

norwegian
humør, lune, stemning

swedish
humör, stämning, sinnesstämning

finnish
mieliala, mielentila, tunnelma, ilmapiiri

danish
humør, stemning

czech
nálada, způsob

polish
humor, nastrój, usposobienie, tryb, atmosfera, ...

hungarian
létforma, hangnem, létmód, diszpozíció

turkish
mizaç

greek
έγκλιση, κέφι, διάθεση

ukrainian
жебрачка, жебрак

bulgarian
настроение

croatian
raspoloženja, raspoloženje, način, narav, volja

icelandic
skap

lithuanian
nuotaika

latvian
oma, noskaņojums, garastāvoklis

slovenian
vzdušje

slovak
nálada

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The meaning and "use of": mood

noun
  • a temporary state of mind or feeling.
  • a category or form that indicates whether a verb expresses fact (indicative mood), command (imperative mood), question (interrogative mood), wish (optative mood), or conditionality (subjunctive mood).

adjective
  • (especially of music) inducing or suggestive of a particular feeling or state of mind.

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