- [jiāo guàn]
- pamper 纵容; 细心照顾; 娇惯;
- spoil 弄糟; 溺爱; 犒赏; 善待; (食物)变坏; 使(选票)无效;
- coddle 悉心照料，娇惯;
Grandparents are often tempted to spoil their grandchildren whenever they come to visit.
The child is rather spoiled because his mother has always let him have his own way.
He did not agree with indulging children.
This is also a small mouth opening to coddle the broken hand.
These kids are so spoon - fed that they can't do anything by themselves.
The children are papered and lazy but they are proud of him.
She loves her son so much that she almost spoils him.
Yes, it's indulgent of me to you.
We shouldn't keep her in cotton wool.
His constant babying spoiled his child.
Chinese children are too spoiled these days.
Don't cosher up your child.
Indulgent parents risk spoiling their children.
Does it pay to overindulge children?
娇惯孩子有好处 么 ?
Shod in the cradle , barefoot in the stubble.