moody
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moody(
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (sulky)
a. malhumorado
Stop being so moody and tell me what's bothering you.Deja de estar tan malhumorado y dime qué te está molestando.
2. (changeable)
a. temperamental
When she gets moody, I never know what to expect.Cuando se pone temperamental, nunca sé qué esperar.
b. variable
Rod is moody. One day he tells you you're wonderful, and the next you're an idiot.Rod es variable. Un día te dice que eres maravilloso, y al siguiente eres un idiota.
3. (gloomy)
a. deprimido
Why is he so moody today? - His dog died.¿Por qué está tan deprimido hoy? - Se le murió el perro.
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moody
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (sulky)
a. malhumorado(a)
to be moodytener mal humor
2. (changeable)
a. voluble, variable
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moody [ˈmuːdɪ]
adjective
moodier (comparative)moodiest (superlative) (variable) (de carácter) variable; temperamental; (bad-tempered) malhumorado
he's very moody es muy temperamental; es de humor muy variable
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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