- v.变质( spoil的过去式和过去分词 ); 损坏; 毁掉; 破坏;
He is spoiled, arrogant and has a tendency towards snobbery.
She hates me having any fun and is quite jealous and spoiled.
Oh, that child. He's so spoiled.
The only son had been pampered and spoiled.
He spoiled my enjoyment of the game by talking all through it.
He spoiled his son by giving him too much money.
They are financiers who spoiled widows of their money.
If we hurry the work, it may be spoiled.
Tut, tut ! Such a big child acting like a spoiled child.
那么大的孩子还撒娇, 真 没羞.
The incorporation of air bubbles in the glass spoiled it.
Spoiled children becomesulky if they cannot have their own way.
His grandmother spoiled him.
She spoiled the soup with too much salt.
The fruit has spoiled in the hot sun.
You have spoiled the whole thing.
spoiled his plans to build more hotels in Las Vegas
1. treated with excessive indulgence;
"pampered from earliest childhood, he believed the world had been invented for his entertainment"
2. having the character or disposition harmed by pampering or oversolicitous attention;
"a spoiled child"
3. (of foodstuffs) not in an edible or usable condition;
"a refrigerator full of spoilt food"