Examples of 機嫌が悪い, 機嫌がわるい, きげんがわるい in a sentence
Judging from his expression, he's in a bad mood.
She is rather cross now.
She was in a bad mood; she must have been put off by something that had happened before I arrived.
She is in a temper, because she missed her usual train in the subway and had to walk to work.
She is in a bad mood.
She may well refuse to speak to you because she's in a very bad mood.
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