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  1. spoil

    /spoil/

    verb

    • 1. diminish or destroy the value or quality of: "I wouldn't want to spoil your fun" synonyms mar, damage, impair, blemish, disfigure, ... moreantonyms improve, enhance
    • 2. harm the character of (someone, especially a child) by being too lenient or indulgent: "the last thing I want to do is spoil Thomas" synonyms overindulge, pamper, indulge, mollycoddle, cosset, ... moreantonyms neglect, treat harshly, be strict with

    noun

    • 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.
  2. Spoil | Definition of Spoil at Dictionary.com

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    Spoil definition, to damage severely or harm (something), especially with reference to its excellence, value, usefulness, etc.: The water stain spoiled the painting. Drought spoiled the corn crop.

  3. v. spoiled or spoilt (spoilt), spoil·ing, spoils. v. tr. 1. a. To impair or destroy the quality or value of; ruin: spoiled the dish by adding too much salt. b. To impair or destroy the enjoyment or experience of: spoiled the movie by talking throughout it.

  4. SPOIL | meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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    spoil definition: 1. to destroy or reduce the pleasure, interest, or beauty of something: 2. When food spoils or is…. Learn more.

  5. Spoil definition and meaning | Collins English Dictionary

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    Definition of 'spoil'. A preposition is one of a small but very common group of words that relate different items to each other. Most English prepositions have a number of meanings that are particular to each preposition. ...

  6. Define spoilt. spoilt synonyms, spoilt pronunciation, spoilt translation, English dictionary definition of spoilt. v. A past tense and a past participle of spoil. vb a past tense and past participle of spoil v. spoiled or spoilt, spoil•ing, v.t. 1. to damage or harm...

  7. Spoil | Definition of Spoil by Merriam-Webster

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    Definition of spoil. 1 a : plunder taken from an enemy in war or from a victim in robbery : loot. b : public offices made the property of a successful party —usually used in plural. c : something valuable or desirable gained through special effort or opportunism or in return for a favor —usually used in plural. 2 a : spoliation, plundering.

  8. (spoil) v. spoiled or spoilt (spoilt), spoil·ing, spoils. v. tr. 1. a. To impair or destroy the quality or value of; ruin: spoiled the dish by adding too much salt. b. To impair or destroy the enjoyment or experience of: spoiled the movie by talking throughout it.

  9. (spoil) v. spoiled or spoilt (spoilt), spoil·ing, spoils. v. tr. 1. a. To impair or destroy the quality or value of; ruin: spoiled the dish by adding too much salt. b. To impair or destroy the enjoyment or experience of: spoiled the movie by talking throughout it.

  10. Spoilt | Definition of Spoilt at Dictionary.com

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    Spoilt definition, a simple past tense and past participle of spoil. See more.

  11. Urban Dictionary: spoiled

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    Spoiled. 1. Any person lucky enough to have parents that don't beat them mercilessly, or make them hand-wash dishes even though there's a dishwasher right there in the house. 2. A term used by douches to describe those luckier than they are.