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Turkish translation of “spoil”

spoil

verb
 
 
/spɔɪl/ (past tense and past participle spoiled, spoilt)
MAKE BAD [T] B1 to stop something from being enjoyable or successful
bozmak, berbat etmek, içine etmek
The picnic was spoiled by the bad weather.Damaging and spoilingDestroying and demolishing
CHILD [T] If you spoil a child, you let them have anything they want or do anything they want, usually making them badly behaved.
şımartmak, yüz vermek
Treating someone wellParenting and caring for children
TREAT WELL [T] to treat someone very well, buying them things or doing things for them
kayırmak, torpil yapmak
He's always sending flowers - he absolutely spoils me!Treating someone well
FOOD [I] formal If food spoils, it starts to decay and you cannot eat it.
bozulmak, çürümek, ekşimek, kokmak
Edible and inedibleDecaying and staying fresh
(Definition of spoil from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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