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      n  
1    a temporary state of mind or temper  
a cheerful mood     
2    a sullen or gloomy state of mind, esp. when temporary  
she's in a mood     
3    a prevailing atmosphere or feeling  
4    in the mood   in a favourable state of mind (for something or to do something)  
     (Old English mod mind, feeling; compare Old Norse mothr grief, wrath)  
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mood          [2]  
      n  
1      (Grammar)   a category of the verb or verbal inflections that expresses semantic and grammatical differences, including such forms as the indicative, subjunctive, and imperative  
2      (Logic)   one of the possible arrangements of the syllogism, classified solely by whether the component propositions are universal or particular and affirmative or negative  
   Compare       figure       18     (Also called)    mode  
     (C16: from mood1, influenced in meaning by mode)  

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mood

  
1    disposition, frame of mind, humour, spirit, state of mind, temper, tenor, vein  
2    bad temper, bate     (Brit. slang)   blues, depression, doldrums, dumps     (informal)   fit of pique, grumps     (informal)   low spirits, melancholy, sulk, the hump     (Brit. informal)   the sulks, wax     (informal, chiefly Brit.)  
3    in the mood      disposed (towards), eager, favourable, inclined, interested, in the (right) frame of mind, keen, minded, willing  

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in the mood, moody, moo, mod

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n.
a small digital image or icon used to express or convey an idea, a mood or an emotion in electronic communication. It's a loanword from japoneese coming from e 'picture'+ moji 'letter, character'.
[Internet] Althoug being coincidental, the resemblance of the term 'emoji' to the english word 'emoticon' (a facial expression composed of keyboard characters, such as :-)) helps its memorability. 😊
exp.
1. break; fall apart; 2. be in a bad mood
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