Be in the mood for something - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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be in the mood for (something)
To have a desire or craving for something or to do something. I don't know why, but I'm really in the mood for ice cream today. Dad's just not in the mood to go out to dinner tonight.
be in the mood for something/for doing something,
be in the mood to do something have a strong desire to do something; feel like doing something: I’m in the mood for going out and having a good time. ♢ She said she wasn’t in the mood to dance.