the mood (Mostly used for good and bad mood and in compounds. For more specific moods, you'd use "die Stimmung")
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We'll look at the most important words you need when you are in a bad mood - either angry or sad. With lots of examples.
nörgeln, quengeln, muffig, schimpfen, weinen, heulen, trösten
A quick, fun look at the meaning of "die Laune" and how to say you're in a good mood in German. Also: the difference to "die Stimmung" and a surprise connection
die Laune, gute Laune, die Partylaune, launisch, gelaunt, die Stimmung, die Stimmungsschwankung
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