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  1. spoil

    • IPA[spɔɪl]

    英式

    • v.
      diminish or destroy the value or quality of;prevent someone from enjoying (an occasion or event)
    • n.
      goods stolen or taken forcibly from a person or place;waste material brought up during the course of an excavation or a dredging or mining operation
    • noun: spoil, plural noun: spoils

    • verb: spoil, 3rd person present: spoils, gerund or present participle: spoiling, past tense: spoilt, past participle: spoilt

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. diminish or destroy the value or quality of:

      I wouldn't want to spoil your fun

      a series of political blunders spoilt their chances of being re-elected

    • 2. prevent someone from enjoying (an occasion or event):

      she was afraid of spoiling Christmas for the rest of the family

    • 3. mark (a ballot paper) incorrectly so as to make one's vote invalid, especially as a gesture of protest:

      the group called on its supporters to spoil their papers

    • 4. (of food) become unfit for eating:

      I've got some ham that'll spoil if we don't eat it tonight

    • 5. harm the character of (someone, especially a child) by being too lenient or indulgent:

      the last thing I want to do is spoil Thomas

    • 6. treat with great or excessive kindness, consideration, or generosity:

      breakfast in bed—you're spoiling me!

    • 7. be extremely or aggressively eager for:

      Cooper was spoiling for a fight

    • 8. rob (a person or a place) of goods or possessions by force or violence:

      the enemy entered into Hereford, spoiled and fired the city, and razed the walls to the ground

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. goods stolen or taken forcibly from a person or place:

      the looters carried their spoils away

    • 2. waste material brought up during the course of an excavation or a dredging or mining operation:

      colliery spoil

    • past and past participle of spoil

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    • past and past participle of spoil

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    • ph. if too many people are involved in a task, it will not be done well

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    • ph. if too many people are involved in a task or activity, it will not be done well

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    • ph. if children are not physically punished when they do wrong their personal development will suffer

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    • ph. if children are not physically punished when they do wrong their personal development will suffer

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    • n. the practice of a successful political party giving public office to its supporters.

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    • n. the practice of a successful political party giving public office to its supporters.

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    • IPA[spoil]

    美式

    • v.
      diminish or destroy the value or quality of:
    • I wouldn't want to spoil your fun

      a series of political blunders spoiled their chances of being re-elected

    • n.
      goods stolen or taken forcibly from a person or place:
    • the looters carried their spoils away

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  2. 知識+

    • spoiled 的發音

      ...以文法的規則是應該要發 d 的音,但是日常生活裡 spoiled 的結尾可以發 d 或 t 的音。 Merriam-...發音: 如果你的動詞的字尾音是任何其他的聲音(包括 spoiled 裡面的 "il"),那麼就要用 d 的方式來發...

    • 諺語Spare the rod and no spoil

      Spare the rod and spoil the child Spare ===> 節約;省用;吝惜 rod ===> (拷打用的) 荊條;棍棒 spoil ===> 寵壞;溺愛 玉不琢不成器;不打不成器

    • 請問 ”撒嬌” 應該怎麼翻譯?

      ... am here. I will embrace you. And now you tease like a spoilt child. ...' (見 http://lib.hku.hk/bonsall/hongloumeng/54.pdf) 另外, H. ...