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  • 简明词典(词霸)
  • 柯林斯词典
  • 牛津词典
  • spoil

    高中/CET4/CET6/考研/GRE/TOEFL/IELTS

    • [spɔɪl]
    • [spɔɪl]

    释义

    • 常用
    • 高考讲解
    • vi.
      变质; 掠夺; 腐败
    • vt.
      损坏,糟蹋; 把(酒,肉等)放坏; 溺爱坏,宠坏(孩子等); 抢劫,掠夺
    • n.
      抢劫,掠夺; 废品,次品; 成功所带来的好处; (开掘等时挖出的)弃土
  • 词态变化

    • 第三人称单数: spoils;
    • 过去式: spoilt;  spoiled;
    • 过去分词: spoilt;  spoiled;
    • 现在分词: spoiling;
  • 实用场景例句

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    • 变质
    • 掠夺
    • 腐败
    • 损坏
    • 糟蹋
    • 宠坏
    • 抢劫

    Jealousy is the most terrible thing and will spoil anybody's nature.

    嫉妒是最可怕的东西,它会毁坏人的天性.

    ——期刊摘选

    Frosts spoil the last of the flowers.

    霜冻冻坏了最后一批花朵.

    ——《简明英汉词典》

    Too many cooks spoil the broth.

    厨子太多反而把汤做坏.

    ——《简明英汉词典》

    Zahra: Don't spoil for him, dear.

    萨拉: 不要去破坏他的想象力, 亲爱的.

    ——期刊摘选

    A fond mother may spoil her child.

    一个溺爱孩子的母亲会把孩子宠坏.

    ——《简明英汉词典》

    Bend or crush ( sth ) so as to spoil its natural shape.

    扭曲或挤压 ( 某物 ) 使之变形.

    ——期刊摘选

    Don't bunch the flowers up so tightly, you'll spoil them.

    别把花束得这么紧, 会弄坏的.

    ——《简明英汉词典》

    Just a bit of a mouse's dropping will spoil a whole saucepan of broth.

    一粒老鼠屎败坏一锅汤.

    ——《简明英汉词典》

    Some kinds of food soon spoil.

    有些食物易变质.

    ——《简明英汉词典》

    Overacting will only spoil the effect.

    表演过火,效果反而不好.

    ——《现代汉英综合大词典》

    He may spoil the whole show.

    事情可能就败在他手里.

    ——《现代汉英综合大词典》

    He is a man who will spoil rather than accomplish things.

    他这个人成事不足,坏事有余.

    ——《现代汉英综合大词典》

    Don't spoil your appetite by eating sweets just before dinner.

    不要在饭前吃糖来损害你的食欲.

    ——《现代汉英综合大词典》

    They spoil their children.

    他们宠坏了他们的孩子们.

    ——《现代英汉综合大词典》

    The rage of a wild boar is able to spoil more than one wood.

    野猪发怒毁树多.

    ——《简明英汉词典》

    They spoil their only grandson very much.

    他们非常宠爱他们惟一的孙子.

    ——《简明英汉词典》

    Don't spoil the child.

    别把孩子宠坏了.

    ——《现代汉英综合大词典》

    A hot plate will spoil the table's polish.

    热盘子会弄坏桌面的光泽.

    ——《简明英汉词典》

    Postcards always spoil my holidays.

    明信片总是弄得我过不好假日.

    ——《用法词典》

    We all know that fats spoil by becoming rancid.

    我们都知道油脂变质后会发臭。

    ——柯林斯例句

    They could not afford to spoil those maps by careless colouring.

    若是上色的时候不小心弄坏了那些地图,他们可承担不起。

    ——柯林斯例句

    Grandparents are often tempted to spoil their grandchildren whenever they come to visit.

    祖父母每次来访都往往禁不住要娇惯孙辈。

    ——柯林斯例句

    Her untimely return could spoil Miss Melville's entire programme for the evening.

    她提前回来可能会破坏掉梅尔维尔小姐今晚的整个计划。

    ——柯林斯例句

    It's important not to let mistakes spoil your life.

    重要的是不要让错误毁了你的生活。

    ——柯林斯例句

    Spoil yourself with a new perfume this summer.

    今年夏天买瓶新香水慰劳一下自己吧。

    ——柯林斯例句

    I had an uneasy feeling that he was going to spoil it.

    我有种不安的感觉,觉得他会把事情搞糟。

    ——柯林斯例句

    Perhaps I could employ someone to iron his shirts, but I wanted to spoil him. He was my man.

    也许我可以雇别人来熨他的衬衫,但我想好好宠他。他是我爱的男人。

    ——柯林斯例句

    They had broadcast calls for voters to spoil their ballot papers.

    他们通过广播呼吁选民们投无效选票。

    ——柯林斯例句

    Most common health upsets that spoil a holiday are easily preventable.

    导致假期泡汤的大多数常见的身体不适都是很容易预防的。

    ——柯林斯例句

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  • 真题例句

    • 全部
    • 四级
    • 高考

    spoiled his plans to build more hotels in Las Vegas

    出自-2013年6月阅读原文

    She didn't want to spoil her daughter.

    2015年高考英语浙江卷 阅读理解 阅读D 选项

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  • 英英释义

    Noun

    • 1. (usually plural) valuables taken by violence (especially in war);

      "to the victor belong the spoils of the enemy"

    • 2. the act of spoiling something by causing damage to it;

      "her spoiling my dress was deliberate"

    • 3. the act of stripping and taking by force

    Verb

    • 1. make a mess of, destroy or ruin;

      "I botched the dinner and we had to eat out"

      "the pianist screwed up the difficult passage in the second movement"

    • 2. become unfit for consumption or use;

      "the meat must be eaten before it spoils"

    • 3. alter from the original
    • 4. treat with excessive indulgence;

      "grandparents often pamper the children"

      "Let's not mollycoddle our students!"

    • 5. hinder or prevent (the efforts, plans, or desires) of;

      "What ultimately frustrated every challenger was Ruth's amazing September surge"

      "foil your opponent"

    • 6. have a strong desire or urge to do something;

      "She is itching to start the project"

      "He is spoiling for a fight"

    • 7. destroy and strip of its possession;

      "The soldiers raped the beautiful country"

    • 8. make imperfect;

      "nothing marred her beauty"

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  • 词组搭配

    be spoilt for choice

    (Brit.)have so many possibilities to choose from that it is difficult to do so

    (英)面对众多选择,难以决定取舍

    spoil for

    To be eager for

    一心想

    spoiling for a fight.

    极想打一场架

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  • 同义词辨析

    break, destroy, ruin, wreck, damage, spoil

    这些动词均有"破坏,损坏"之意。

    • break: 普通用词,指某物因被打破或撕破而受到破坏,可指有形或无形的破坏。
    • destroy: 多指彻底地、毁灭性地破坏,含导致无用,不能或很难再修复的意味。
    • ruin: 多指因外部原因而受到严重破坏或毁灭,侧重破坏的彻底性,也可用于引申意义。
    • wreck: 侧重指船只、车辆、房屋等受到严重破坏或完全毁坏,也可指计划、健康受到损害。
    • damage: 多指对无生命物体的损害,造成降低价值、破坏功能等后果。
    • spoil: 强调不仅会削弱力量、精力或价值,而且会导致不可避免的毁灭。
    spoil, indulge

    这两个动词均含"纵容,娇养"之意。

    • spoil: 指纵容而造成对性情的扭曲。
    • indulge: 指迁就或放任别人应该节制的欲望要求或感情。
  • 同义词

    vt.损坏;糟蹋

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