English version

be in no mood for something/to do something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe in no mood for something/to do somethingbe in no mood for something/to do somethingDON'T LIKEto not want to do something, or be determined not to do something I was in no mood for a joke. George was in no mood to be sociable. mood
Examples from the Corpus
be in no mood for something/to do somethingBut Branson was in no mood for reconciliation.But he talks as if he knows perfectly well that the country is in no mood for his reprise of Reaganism.Frye was in no mood for Socratic dialogue, and he irritably resumed his oration.However, Mr Yeltsin, rejuvenated by victory, is in no mood for compromise.I am looking thoughtful, but she is in no mood for meaningful gazes across the room.She was in no mood for visitors.The nation at large, however, was in no mood for any such thing.
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