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spoil

[spɔɪl][spɔɪl]
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
网络破坏;损坏;废石;溺爱
词形变化:
过去式spoilt   过去式spoiled   过去式spoilt   过去式spoiled   过去式spoiling   过去式spoils  
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1 . We all know that fats spoil by becoming rancid.

我们都知道油脂变质后会发臭。

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2 . 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。

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3 . 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。

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4 . 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。

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5 . 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。

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英英释义 网络释义
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

vern

1.make a mess of, destroy or ruin;

I botched the dinner and we had to eat out

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

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

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

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

She is itching to start the project

7.destroy and strip of its possession;

The soldiers raped the beautiful country

8.make imperfect;

nothing marred her beauty