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bad mood

This page is about the collocation bad mood

collocation pattern: adjective + noun

Meaning

a mood in which you're easily annoyed or angered

For example

  • Our boss's in a bad mood today, so be careful what you say to him.

  • I don't know what causes my bad moods. I just wake up feeling grumpy.

Quick Quiz

If someone's in a bad mood, they can easily

a. be bad

b. go crazy

c. get upset

Contributor: Matt Errey