- [C]心情,情绪 a state of the feelings at a particular time
- [C]语气 (in a 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.
a characteristic (habitual or relatively temporary) state of feeling;
"whether he praised or cursed me depended on his temper at the time"
"he was in a bad humor"
the prevailing psychological state;
"the climate of opinion"
"the national mood had changed radically since the last election"
verb inflections that express how the action or state is conceived by the speaker
- I'm not in the mood to disagree with you.
- I had never seen Ann in such a good mood before.
- He's in one of his moods today.
- The movie accurately reflects the mood of the time.
- You must change your mood.
- He had an angry mood yesterday.
- He is in the mood for listening to various music.
- I'm in no mood to attend the party.
- There are three kinds of mood in English:the indicative mood, the imperative mood and the subjunctive mood.
- angry mood 生气
- bad mood 心情不好
- festive mood 节日气氛
- indicative mood 陈述语气
- resentful mood 痛恨的心情
- thoughtful mood 沉思的神态
- tranquil mood 安静的情绪
- holiday mood 节日气氛
Duncan remained silent, and his mood cast a gloom.出自： I. Compton
Even if I want to paint again..I don't want to be in the painting mood.出自： E. Taylor
He was in a cheerful mood.出自： W. Maxwell
The sudden change of mood among the members.出自： E. Kuzwayo