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spoiled

spoiled如何读

英[spɔɪld]美[spɔɪld]

spoiled是什么意思

  • adj. (尤指小孩)惯坏的,宠坏的;(食物)不可食用的
  • v. 破坏,糟蹋;溺爱,宠坏;善待,格外关照(spoil 的过去式和过去分词)

spoiled英英释义

  • adj.
    • having the character or disposition harmed by pampering or oversolicitous attention
    • (of foodstuffs) not in an edible or usable condition

spoiled同义词

  • adj. 被宠坏的
  • spoon-fed

spoiled 例句

1.Hetty Green was a very spoiled only child.

海蒂·格林是一个被宠坏了的独生女。

2."I think he's a very spoiled boy," said Mary.

“我觉得他是个被宠坏了的孩子。”玛丽说。

3.Many teenagers are accused of being spoiled by their parents.

许多青少年被指责已经被父母惯坏了。

4.Undoubtedly parents want to raise happy children who are confident, capable and likable rather than spoiled and miserable.

毫无疑问,父母想培养的是自信、能干、可爱的快乐孩子,而不是被宠坏、痛苦的孩子。

5.Talk to anyone who's a generation or two older, and they would most likely comment that children are more spoiled these days.

和年长一代或两代的人交谈,他们很可能会说现在的孩子更娇惯了。

6.Nannied by the world's most generous welfare systems, they squeal like spoiled children when asked to give up a few of their toys.

他们被世界上最慷慨的福利制度下养育,而当要求放弃一些玩具时,他们就像被宠坏的孩子一样尖叫着。

7.My good dinner is spoiled.

我的佳肴被毁了。

8.Everything would be spoiled—everything!

一切都会被搞砸的,一切都会!

9.He's been spoiled till salt won't save him.

他被宠得无可救药。

10."They get spoiled and cannot concentrate on any one thing long enough to learn from it," said Lerner, a childhood development researcher.

“他们被宠坏了,无法长时间专注于一件事,也无法从中学到什么。”一名叫雷纳的儿童发展研究员说。

11.The food has spoiled.; The food smells a bit off.

饭菜馊了。

12.You have spoiled the whole thing.; You have made a mess of the job.

你把事情弄糟了。

13.What you said spoiled my plan.

你说的一席话把我的计划给毁了。

14.The boy was spoiled by his parents.

这个男孩被父母宠坏了。

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