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気分, きぶん

  • kibun


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • feeling
  • mood

Examples of 気分,きぶん in a Sentence

I feel like a brand new person.
Do you feel like going to the theater?
My wife is subject to moods.
I feel like taking a hot spring bath tonight.
She felt like dancing.
It was such a lovely day that everybody was feeling happy and cheerful.
If you take this medicine, you will feel better.
If you take this medicine, you will feel better.
His illness caused her great misery.
I was feeling blue all day.

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