To spoil the mood

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Definition

to spoil the mood: to ruin the atmosphere
idiom
Luna really spoiled the mood with her whale stories at the party. She really ruined the great atmosphere!

to spoil: to ruin, to destroy, to harm; to decay, to decompose, to rot; to pamper, to coddle
verb
Don't spoil the movie for us. Just sit there quietly please and don't ruin it for us by shouting all the time.
Stop spoiling your kids. Don't give them everything they want the whole time.

Examples

  • "Barbara : It's almost too nice to spoil the mood with our little business talk."

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