In a bad mood:”kigen ga warui” Japanese Phrase #343

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In a bad mood:”kigen ga warui” Japanese Phrase #343

Discover a new phrase each day to use in your Japanese! What does “機嫌きげんわるい(kigen ga warui)” mean? Visit daily to learn some popular Japanese phrases on a regular basis!

機嫌きげんわるい。(kigen ga warui)

In a bad mood / 心情不好。 / 기분이 나쁘다. / tâm trạng/sắc mặt xấu.

When you want to describe “in an irritable or depressed state of mind”, you would be able to use “機嫌きげんわるい(kigen ga warui)” which means “In a bad mood”. Everybody could use this in daily conversations as casual, polite and formal.

Sample 1

tatsuya

今日きょう、ミク機嫌きげんわるいね。 (Miku’s in a bad mood today, isn’t she?) (今天,未来的心情很不好。) (오늘 미쿠 기분이 안 좋나 보네.) (Hôm nay sắc mặt Miku không tốt nhỉ.)

yuka

うん。なんでだろう? (Yeah. I wonder why?) (嗯,为什么呢?) (응. 왜 그럴까?) (Ừ. Không biết sao vậy nhỉ?)

tatsuya

さあ。 (Who knows?) (谁知道呢?) (글쎄.) (Nào.)

Sample 2

yuka

とうさんは寝起ねおきで機嫌きげんわるかったです。 (My dad’s in a bad mood when he’s just woken up.) (我爸爸因为起床气所以心情不好。) (아빠는 잠에서 깬 후 기분이 안 좋았습니다.) (Bố tôi đã thức dậy với một sắc mặt không tốt.)

tatsuya

そうなんですね。今日きょうですか? (I see. Is it today?) (这样呀!是今天的事吗?) (그렇군요. 오늘말입니까?) (Vậy hả. Là hôm nay hả?)

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