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spoiled

adjective [not gradable]  /spɔɪld/ us  

spoiled adjective [not gradable] (DAMAGED)

destroyed, damaged, or no longer able to be used: spoiled meat

spoiled adjective [not gradable] (TREATED TOO WELL)

(of a person) treated very well or too well: You’re acting like a spoiled brat.
Translations of “spoiled”
in Korean 버릇 없이 자란…
in Arabic مُدَلَّل…
in Portuguese mimado…
in Catalan malcriat…
in Japanese (甘やかされて育ったため)わがままな…
in Italian viziato…
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