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    #1

    get out of

    Google searched results show 'get into festive mood' is common. Can we also use 'get out of festive mood'. Which should be appropriate in the sentence given below?

    "am yet to get out of/ recover from festive mood and continue with my work."

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    Re: get out of

    Yes, it can be used that way. For example, "I've got to get out of this party mood and get serious. I've got to study for my exams!" Or if a guest at your dinner party has too much to drink and vomits all over the table, you might push your plate away from you and comment, "Well, that got me out of the party mood." (An extreme example, but you get the idea.)

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