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Japanese translation of “spoil”

spoil

verb
 
/spɔɪl/
B1 to stop something from being enjoyable or successful
~を台無しにする, 損なう
The picnic was spoiled by the bad weather.
If you spoil a child, you let him or her have anything he or she wants, in a way that has a bad effect on his or her behaviour.
~を甘やかす, 甘やかしてだめにする
(Definition of spoil from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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