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spoiled
'spɔɪld
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. (of foodstuffs) not in an edible or usable condition.
  2. Having the character or disposition harmed by pampering or oversolicitous attention.
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huàibad; spoiled; broken; to break down; (suffix) to the utmost
宠坏chǒnghuàito spoil (a child etc)
弄糟nòngzāoto spoil; to mess up
惯坏guànhuàito spoil (a child)
惯养guànyǎngto spoil; to indulge somebody (usu. a child)
溺爱nì'àito spoil; to pamper; to dote on
kuāngto spoil (Cant.); to ruin; to warp (car wheel)
spoiled; sour; moldy
娇宠jiāochǒngto indulge; to spoil
糟践zāojianto waste; to spoil; to destroy; to insult grievously
弄坏nònghuàito ruin; to spoil; to break
cánto destroy; to spoil; to ruin; to injure; cruel; oppressive; savage; brutal; incomplete; disabled; to remain; to survive; remnant; surplus
娇惯jiāoguànto pamper; to coddle; to spoil
娇纵jiāozòngto indulge (a child); to pamper; to spoil
chǒngto love; to pamper; to spoil; to favor
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