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spoil

US [spɔɪl]
UK [spɔɪl]
  • n.赃物;战利品;掠夺物;成功所带来的好处
  • v.破坏;搞坏;糟蹋;毁掉
  • Web损坏;宠坏;溺爱
Past Tense:spoiled  Past Participle:spoilt  Simple Present:spoils  Present Participle:spoiling  
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v.
1.
[t]
~ sth
破坏;搞坏;糟蹋;毁掉to change sth good into sth bad, unpleasant, useless, etc.
Our camping trip was spoilt by bad weather.
天气不好,破坏了我们的露营旅行。
Don't let him spoil your evening.
别让他搞得你一晚上不开心。
The tall buildings have spoiled the view.
那些高楼大厦破坏了这一带的景致。
Don't eat too many nuts─you'll spoil your appetite(= will no longer be hungry at the proper time to eat) .
别吃太多坚果,会影响你的食欲。
spoiled ballot papers(= not valid because not correctly marked)
废选票
2.
[t]
~ sb
溺爱;娇惯;宠坏to give a child everything that they ask for and not enough discipline in a way that has a bad effect on their character and behaviour
She spoils those kids of hers.
那几个孩子被她宠坏了。
3.
[t]
~ sb/yourself
善待;格外关照to make sb/yourself happy by doing sth special
Why not spoil yourself with a weekend in a top hotel?
为什么不到顶级饭店度个周末,让自己享受享受呢?
He really spoiled me on my birthday.
我生日那天他真让我受宠若惊。
4.
[i]
变坏;变质;腐败to become bad so that it can no longer be eaten
IDM
be spoiling for a fight
按捺不住想打架to want to fight with sb very much
spoil the ship for a haporth/hapennyworth of tar
因小失大to spoil sth good because you did not spend enough money or time on a small but essential part of it
n.
1.
[pl]
赃物;战利品;掠夺物goods taken from a place by thieves or by an army that has won a battle or war
2.
[pl]
成功所带来的好处;权力地位的连带利益the profits or advantages that sb gets from being successful
the spoils of high office
身居高位的连带利益
3.
[u]
(开掘等时挖出的)弃土,废石方waste material that is brought up when a hole is dug, etc.

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