Bedeutung von “spoil” — Learner’s Dictionary

spoil

verb uk /spɔɪl/ us past tense and past participle spoiled, spoilt
The burnt onions spoiled the flavour of the dish.His performance spoiled an otherwise excellent film.The party was meant to be a surprise, but now you've spoiled it.I hope the disruption didn't spoil your enjoyment of the play.Be careful not to use too much salt. You don't want to spoil it.
MAKE BAD [ T ]

B1 to stop something from being enjoyable or successful:

The picnic was spoiled by the bad weather.
I don't want to spoil the fun, but could you turn the music down a bit?
CHILD [ T ]

If you spoil a child, you let them have anything they want or do anything they want, usually making them badly behaved.

TREAT WELL [ T ]

to treat someone very well, buying them things or doing things for them:

He's always sending flowers - he absolutely spoils me!
FOOD [ I ] formal

If food spoils, it starts to decay and you cannot eat it.

(Definition von “spoil” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)