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Sinónimos detallados de spoil en inglés

spoil:

to spoil verbo (spoils, spoiled, spoiling)

  1. to spoil
    to pamper; to spoil
    • pamper verbo (pampers, pampered, pampering)
    • spoil verbo (spoils, spoiled, spoiling)
  2. to spoil
    to damage; to erode; to spoil; to attack
    • damage verbo (damages, damaged, damaging)
    • erode verbo (erodes, eroded, eroding)
    • spoil verbo (spoils, spoiled, spoiling)
    • attack verbo (attacks, attacked, attacking)
  3. to spoil
    to spoil
    • spoil verbo (spoils, spoiled, spoiling)
  4. to spoil
    to waste; to spoil
    • waste verbo (wastes, wasted, wasting)
    • spoil verbo (spoils, spoiled, spoiling)
  5. to spoil
    to decay; to spoil; to rot; go bad
    • decay verbo (decaies, decayed, decaying)
    • spoil verbo (spoils, spoiled, spoiling)
    • rot verbo (rots, rotted, rotting)
    • go bad verbo
  6. to spoil
    to mess up; to muck up; to spoil; botch up
    • mess up verbo (messes up, messed up, messing up)
    • muck up verbo (mucks up, mucked up, mucking up)
    • spoil verbo (spoils, spoiled, spoiling)
    • botch up verbo
  7. to spoil
    to neglect; be slovenly; to spoil
  8. to spoil
    – alter from the original 1
    to spoil; to corrupt
    – alter from the original 1
    • spoil verbo (spoils, spoiled, spoiling)
    • corrupt verbo (corrupts, corrupted, corrupting)
  9. to spoil
    – become unfit for consumption or use 1
    to spoil; go bad
    – become unfit for consumption or use 1
    • spoil verbo (spoils, spoiled, spoiling)
      • the meat must be eaten before it spoils1
    • go bad verbo
  10. to spoil
    – make imperfect 1
    to spoil; to deflower; mar; vitiate; impair
    – make imperfect 1
    • spoil verbo (spoils, spoiled, spoiling)
    • deflower verbo (deflowers, deflowered, deflowering)
    • mar verbo
      • nothing marred her beauty1
    • vitiate verbo
    • impair verbo
  11. to spoil
    – destroy and strip of its possession 1
    to spoil; to violate; to rape; to plunder; despoil
    – destroy and strip of its possession 1
    • spoil verbo (spoils, spoiled, spoiling)
    • violate verbo (violates, violated, violating)
    • rape verbo (rapes, raped, raping)
      • The soldiers raped the beautiful country1
    • plunder verbo (plunders, plundered, plundering)
    • despoil verbo
  12. to spoil
    – have a strong desire or urge to do something 1
    to spoil; to itch
    – have a strong desire or urge to do something 1
    • spoil verbo (spoils, spoiled, spoiling)
      • He is spoiling for a fight1
    • itch verbo (itches, itched, itching)
      • She is itching to start the project1
  13. to spoil
    – make a mess of, destroy or ruin 1
    to spoil; to blow; to fumble; to muck up; to botch; to muff; to fluff; to bungle; botch up; ball up; flub; bollocks up; bollix up; bodge; screw up; bumble; bollocks; bollix
    – make a mess of, destroy or ruin 1
  14. to spoil
    – hinder or prevent (the efforts, plans, or desires) of 1
    to cross; to spoil; to foil; queer; to thwart; to baffle; to frustrate; bilk; scotch
    – hinder or prevent (the efforts, plans, or desires) of 1
    • cross verbo (crosss, crossed, crossing)
    • spoil verbo (spoils, spoiled, spoiling)
    • foil verbo (foils, foiled, foiling)
      • foil your opponent1
    • queer verbo
    • thwart verbo (thwarts, thwarted, thwarting)
    • baffle verbo (baffles, baffled, baffling)
    • frustrate verbo (frustrates, frustrated, frustrating)
      • What ultimately frustrated every challenger was Ruth's amazing September surge1
    • bilk verbo
    • scotch verbo
  15. to spoil
    – treat with excessive indulgence 1
    to spoil; baby; to pamper; to coddle; mollycoddle; featherbed; cocker; indulge; cosset
    – treat with excessive indulgence 1

Conjugaciones de spoil:

present
  1. spoil
  2. spoil
  3. spoils
  4. spoil
  5. spoil
  6. spoil
simple past
  1. spoiled
  2. spoiled
  3. spoiled
  4. spoiled
  5. spoiled
  6. spoiled
present perfect
  1. have spoiled
  2. have spoiled
  3. has spoiled
  4. have spoiled
  5. have spoiled
  6. have spoiled
past continuous
  1. was spoiling
  2. were spoiling
  3. was spoiling
  4. were spoiling
  5. were spoiling
  6. were spoiling
future
  1. shall spoil
  2. will spoil
  3. will spoil
  4. shall spoil
  5. will spoil
  6. will spoil
continuous present
  1. am spoiling
  2. are spoiling
  3. is spoiling
  4. are spoiling
  5. are spoiling
  6. are spoiling
subjunctive
  1. be spoiled
  2. be spoiled
  3. be spoiled
  4. be spoiled
  5. be spoiled
  6. be spoiled
diverse
  1. spoil!
  2. let's spoil!
  3. spoiled
  4. spoiling
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

spoil [the ~] sustantivo

  1. the spoil
    – the act of stripping and taking by force 1
    the spoil; the despoilment; the despoliation; the spoilation; the despoilation; the spoliation
    – the act of stripping and taking by force 1
  2. the spoil
    – the act of spoiling something by causing damage to it 1
    the spoil; the spoiling; the spoilage
    – the act of spoiling something by causing damage to it 1
    • spoil [the ~] sustantivo
    • spoiling [the ~] sustantivo
      • her spoiling my dress was deliberate1
    • spoilage [the ~] sustantivo
  3. the spoil
    – (usually plural) valuables taken by violence (especially in war) 1
    the spoil
    – (usually plural) valuables taken by violence (especially in war) 1
    • spoil [the ~] sustantivo
      • to the victor belong the spoils of the enemy1

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Definiciones relacionadas de "spoil":

  1. the act of stripping and taking by force1
  2. the act of spoiling something by causing damage to it1
  3. (usually plural) valuables taken by violence (especially in war)1
    • to the victor belong the spoils of the enemy1
  4. alter from the original1
  5. become unfit for consumption or use1
    • the meat must be eaten before it spoils1
  6. make imperfect1
  7. destroy and strip of its possession1
  8. have a strong desire or urge to do something1
    • He is spoiling for a fight1
  9. make a mess of, destroy or ruin1
  10. hinder or prevent (the efforts, plans, or desires) of1
  11. treat with excessive indulgence1

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