简明英汉词典

mood
[mu:d]
n.
心情, 情绪, 语气, 状态

美国传统词典[双解]

mood
mood 1
AHD:[m?d]
D.J.[mu8d]
K.K.[mud]
n.(名词)

(1)

A state of mind or emotion.
心情,心境,情绪:一种心理或情感的状态

(2)

A pervading impression of an observer:
印象;感受:观察者的普遍印象:
the somber mood of the painting.
这幅画给人一种忧郁的感觉

(3)

An incidence of sulking or angry behavior.
愠怒,坏脾气:愠怒或生气行为的发生

(4)

Inclination; disposition.
倾向;意愿

语源

(1)

Middle English mod
中古英语 mod

(2)

from Old English m?d [disposition] * see m?- 1
源自 古英语 m?d [性情,脾气] *参见 m?- 1

参考词汇

(1)

moodhumortemper

(2)

These nouns refer to a temporary state of mind or feeling.
这些名词指一种暂时的精神或感情状态。

(3)

Mood is the most inclusive term:
Mood 是范围很广的词语:
a contentious mood;
好争论的脾气;
a cheerful mood.
愉快的心情;
“I was in no mood to laugh and talk with strangers” (Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley).
“我没有心情和陌生人一起谈笑” (玛丽·渥斯通克拉夫特·雪莱)。

(4)

Humor often implies a state of mind resulting from one's characteristic disposition or temperament; it sometimes suggests fitfulness or variability:
Humor 常指由一个人的性格倾向或性情引起的精神状态;有时指不规则的或变化的状态:
The humor of the Cabinet shifted after the scandal was exposed.
内阁在丑闻被揭露之后态度发生了变化。
“All which had been done . . . was the effect not of humor, but of system” (Edmund Burke).
“所有已经做过的…不是情绪而是制度的结果” (爱德蒙·伯克)。

(5)

Temper most often refers to a state of mind marked by irritability or intense anger:
Temper 通常指具有被激怒或大怒性质的一种精神状态:
“The nation was in such a temper that the smallest spark might raise a flame” (Macaulay).
“全国上下都十分愤慨以至于稍有火星都可能引起熊熊火焰” (麦考利)

基本词义

mood
mood 2
AHD:[m?d]
D.J.[mu8d]
K.K.[mud]
n.(名词)

(1)

Grammar A set of verb forms or inflections used to indicate the speaker's attitude toward the factuality or likelihood of the action or condition expressed. In English the indicative mood is used to make factual statements, the subjunctive mood to indicate doubt or unlikelihood, and the imperative mood to express a command.
【语法】 语气:用来强调说话人对表达的行为或条件的真实性或可能性所持有态度的一系列动词形态或变化形式。在英语中陈述语气用于描绘真实的陈述,虚拟语气则用于强调怀疑或不可能,而祈使语气则用来表达一个命令

(2)

Logic The arrangement or form of a syllogism.
【逻辑学】 三段论形式:三段论法的排列或形式

语源
Alteration of mode
mode的变化

现代英汉词典

mood 1
[mu:d]
n.

(1)

心情; 心境
The beautiful sunny morning put me in a happy mood.
阳光明媚的早晨使我心情愉快。

(2)

坏心情;坏脾气
He's in one of his moods.
他心情不好。

基本词义

mood 2
[mu:d]
n.
〈语法〉语气(指陈述、祈使、虚拟)

现代英汉综合大辞典

mood
[mu:d]
n.

(1)

心情, 情绪; (精神)状态

(2)

[pl. ]喜怒无常, 脾气不好

(3)

(作品等的)基调; 流行的看法; 倾向性

(4)

[古]大怒

(5)

气氛
a man of moods
喜怒无常的人
in a melancholy mood
忧郁地, 闷闷不乐地
I am in no mood [not in the mood] for joking [to joke].
我没有心思开玩笑。
The mood of the meeting was against him.
大会的气氛是反对他的。

习惯用语

be in a mood
[口]心情不好, 在生气

be in no mood for sth.[to do sth.]
不想做某事, 无意做某事

be in the [a] mood for sth. [to do sth.]
想做某事; 有做某事的兴致

be in a melting mood
心肠软化, 易受感动

be in the melting mood
感动得要哭, 热泪盈眶

mar one's [sb.'s] mood
使自己[某人]扫兴; 影响自己[某人]的情绪

mend one's mood
使自已[某人]情绪好转

参考词汇
mood     humour     temper    
都含“心情”、“情绪”的意思。

(1)

mood 指“在某一特定时间内由某种感情或欲望而引起的心情或心境”, 如:
She is in a merry mood.
她心情愉快。

(2)

humour指“在某一特定时间内由性情或感觉而决定的心境”, 特指“某一时刻的心情”, 如:
He wept and laughed as his humour moved him.
他因情绪波动而又哭又笑。

(3)

temper除指“心情”、“情绪”外, 尚有“性情”、“脾气”的含义, 如:
He has a good [bad] temper.
他脾气好[不好]。

用法词典

mood
(源自古英语 mod 心;勇气)

英文相关词典

mood
disposition    feeling    frame of mind    humor    nature    phase    temperament    

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情绪

美国传统词典

mood
mood 1
AHD:[m?d]
D.J.[mu8d]
K.K.[mud]
n.

(1)

A state of mind or emotion.

(2)

A pervading impression of an observer:
the somber mood of the painting.

(3)

An incidence of sulking or angry behavior.

(4)

Inclination; disposition.

语源

(1)

Middle English mod

(2)

from Old English m?d [disposition] * see m?- 1

参考词汇

(1)

mood, humor, temper

(2)

These nouns refer to a temporary state of mind or feeling.

(3)

Mood is the most inclusive term:
a contentious mood;
a cheerful mood.
“I was in no mood to laugh and talk with strangers” (Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley).

(4)

Humor often implies a state of mind resulting from one's characteristic disposition or temperament; it sometimes suggests fitfulness or variability:
The humor of the Cabinet shifted after the scandal was exposed.
“All which had been done . . . was the effect not of humor, but of system” (Edmund Burke).

(5)

Temper most often refers to a state of mind marked by irritability or intense anger:
“The nation was in such a temper that the smallest spark might raise a flame” (Macaulay).

基本词义

mood
mood 2
AHD:[m?d]
D.J.[mu8d]
K.K.[mud]
n.

(1)

Grammar A set of verb forms or inflections used to indicate the speaker's attitude toward the factuality or likelihood of the action or condition expressed. In English the indicative mood is used to make factual statements, the subjunctive mood to indicate doubt or unlikelihood, and the imperative mood to express a command.

(2)

Logic The arrangement or form of a syllogism.

语源
Alteration of mode

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