There are 2 main translations of mood in Spanish

: mood1mood2

mood1

humor, n.

Pronunciation: /muːd//mud/

noun

  • 1

    (state of mind)
    humor masculine
    to be in a good mood estar de buen humor
    • to be in a bad mood estar de mal humor / de mal genio
    • the news put him in a good/bad mood la noticia lo puso de buen/mal humor
    • to be in an irritable mood estar irritable
    • her moods change quickly tiene muchos cambios de humor
    • as the mood takes him según de qué humor esté
    • a mood of resignation was evident among the players se notaba un clima de resignación entre los jugadores
    • everyone was in festive/party mood todo el mundo estaba con ganas de celebrar/divertirse
    • she can be really witty when she's in the mood tiene mucha chispa cuando está en vena
    • would you like to play cards? — I'm not in the mood ¿quieres jugar a las cartas? — no tengo ganas
    • I'm not in the mood for jokes no estoy (de humor) para chistes
    • I'm not in the mood for dancing no tengo ganas de bailar
    • I'm in no mood to listen to excuses no estoy de humor para excusas
    • she's in a mood/ in one of her moods está / anda de mal humor
    • Her particular interest is studying intense moods.
    • Her bad moods were still affecting all of us, and I had begun to get really worried.
    • For that matter, hot summer days tend to put people in a bad mood.
    • Sighing as she walked, Molly felt her depressing mood getting rather worse as she walked closer and closer to the plane.
    • Music can enhance a good mood, confirm a bad mood, console me, remind me of specific events, people, places in my life.
    • I still get depressed and I still get into bad moods, but that engulfing sadness is something I haven't experienced in quite the same way since.
    • In this case, a worker may try to dispel a bad mood by suspending work, rather than searching for a new solution.
    • Healthy people remedy bad moods by accessing positive personal memories.
    • Ryan returned and Blake greeted him, wondering why his friend was in such a bad mood.
    • If this is him in a bad mood, no wonder so many people declare him a joy to work with.
    • He's finding ways to manage his moods and feelings.
    • Another way in which emotions and moods affect judgement is the well-known relationship between good mood and overconfidence.
    • Depression is a disorder that affects your thoughts, moods, feelings, behavior and physical health.
    • Stress is believed to impair one's ability to regulate moods and prevent mild sadness from deepening and persisting.
    • Exercising releases chemicals in the brain, such as serotonin, that have a strong affect on your mood, helping reduce anxiety, stress and depression.
    • I honestly believe video games are one of the best methods to rid your mind of a bad mood or of a bad incident.
    • Small wonder that your mood and self-esteem are plummeting and you're looking for comfort from food.
    • There was nothing that bothered him more than seeing his friends in bad moods, for he knew what it felt like to be in a slump.
    • It can also trigger different thoughts that affect moods of sadness, happiness and anger.
    • I am good at identifying what I am thinking and how it affects my mood.
  • 2

    (atmosphere)
    atmósfera feminine
    clima masculine
    • Her work tries to capture the mood and character embedded in these areas.
    • Ferdinand's concession of a constitution at the end of January thus provoked a temporary mood of enthusiasm and popular unity.
    • They seek to play on the public mood of fear and mistrust to demand that we change our lifestyles to fit the new conformism.
    • The first, representing initial chaos, generates a mood of excited anticipation rather than fear.
    • The colours are deep and rich and help set an operatic mood and tone for almost every scene.
    • Both sound and music are critical to the cinematic experience - they help set the mood, the tone, and the ambience of the level.
    • The variety is what strikes a nerve with me; every track has a different mood, atmosphere and pace.
    • The pictures captured the mood or essence of the songs.
    • When the public smells a rat, however, the reaction of the establishment in seeking to soothe the public mood often makes matters worse.
    • The meditative mood and ethereal atmosphere of the painting create an aura of intimacy that counters the epic scale of its composition.
    • It was one of her father's favorite songs, but she wondered why in the English version they had changed the mood and tone of the song.
    • Clearly, there are noticeable changes in the national mood as fear and anxiety pervade throughout the country.
    • Each note expresses the emotion of the band as they seek to capture the mood and personality of their recording environment.
    • The artistry comes when you take someone else's music, and use it to create a mood or an atmosphere, or send people on an aural journey of sorts.
    • As vocal as the fans were, and as hard as they tried to liven the atmosphere, the mood at times was quite mundane.
    • Colour couldn't create the mood and tone I was going for: the character is drained of emotion, devoid of attachment to reality, thus there is no colour.
    • Painters in turn portrayed the poems, capturing the moods or personality of the characters or themes.
    • After this fourth sequel, the series went into quarantine for three years, as if in reaction to the public mood of despair and anxiety.
    • The mood and tone of the book are set through black and white graphics with occasional bursts of colour.
    • There's far too much silence when there could be music to contribute to the mood and atmosphere of the moment.

There are 2 main translations of mood in Spanish

: mood1mood2

mood2

modo, n.

Pronunciation: /muːd//mud/

noun

Linguistics

  • 1

    modo masculine
    • But the key point here is that it's the subjunctive mood, not the subjunctive case.
    • French also has the option of the embedded clause appearing in the subjunctive mood.
    • If a regular pronoun and indicative mood are used, it shows that the speaker asserts that the report is true.
    • He wants to move the claim from the conditional to the indicative mood, as the grammarians would say.
    • If the verbs were in the indicative mood, we would expect she was coming in the first sentence, the chairman resigns in the second, and the lawsuit is dropped in the third.