- v.变质( spoil的现在分词 ); 损坏; 毁掉; 破坏;
Some organisms are responsible for spoiling food and cause food poisoning.
The strawberries are kept in cold storage to prevent them spoiling during transportation.
That was how she usually dealt with their protests that she was spoiling her grandchildren.
The scene is so rich in symbolism that any explanation risks spoiling the effect.
The murderer attempted to escape from law punishment by spoiling his own face.
A mob armed with guns was at the border between the two republics, spoiling for a fight.
It was obvious that he was spoiling for a fight.
A little bracing roughness is better than spoiling him.
My attempts at praying became a nuisance, spoiling my days.
Everybody was flattering him and spoiling him, she was sure.
It was clear that Mccarthy was spoiling for a fight.
Mankind is warned to stop spoiling the environment.
On the dirt roads, horse hooves had stamped black spoiling marks over the white.
汉英文学 - 骆驼祥子
Cold storage is used to keep eggs and meat from spoiling.
They have well - trained troops, who are spoiling for a fight.
1. the process of becoming spoiled
2. the act of spoiling something by causing damage to it;
"her spoiling my dress was deliberate"