spoil

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Plain form
spoil

Third-person singular
spoils

Past tense
spoiled

Past participle
spoiled

Present participle
spoiling

  1. If something spoils it becomes no good. This is often due to rotting.
    If found my lunch was spoiled.
  2. If you spoil something, you ruin it, you make it no good.
    I think I spoiled my presentation by forgetting my data.

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