spoils

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} döküntü
kaparoz
memuriyet
i., çoğ. ganimet
{i} memuriyet [pol.]
{i} artık
{i} kalıntı
{i} avanta
çalıntı mallar
spoil
berbat etmek

Sonu berbat etmek, insanlığa karşı iğrenç bir suçtur. - Spoiling an ending is a heinous crime against humanity.

Sonunu berbat etmek istemiyorum. - I don't want to spoil the ending!

spoil
bozulmak
spoil
şımartmak

Çocuklara yüz verip şımartmaktan vazgeçmeni istiyorum. - I want you to stop spoiling the kids.

spoil
bozmak

Hayatımdaki en iyi anı bozmak mı istiyorsun? - Do you want to spoil the best moment in my life?

Sürprizi bozmak istemiyorum. - I wouldn't want to spoil the surprise.

spoils system
rüşvet verme
spoils system
rüşvet çarkı
spoils system
(Politika, Siyaset) getiri sistemi
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yüz verip şımartmak

Çocuklara yüz verip şımartmaktan vazgeçmeni istiyorum. - I want you to stop spoiling the kids.

spoil
a spoiled child şımarık
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{f} (birini) şımartmak
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spoil
(Askeri) atık
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zarar vermek
spoil
(Çevre) ıskarta
spoil
katletmek
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memuriyet
spoil
gasp
spoil
batırmak
spoil
haklamak
spoil
mahvetmek
spoil
yemek çürümek
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heba etmek
spoil
yüz vermek
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yazık etmek
spoil
içine etmek
spoil
ganimet
spoil
{f} boz

Tom biraz bozulmuş yiyecek yedi ve hastalandı. - Tom ate some spoiled food and became sick.

Buzdolabını açtığımda, etin bozulduğunu gördüm. - When I opened the refrigerator, I noticed the meat had spoiled.

spoil
çalınmış mal
spoil
{f} çürümek
spoil
yağma etmek
spoil
dozunu kaçırmak
spoil
kaçırmak
spoil
nazlı alıştırmak
spoil
mahrum etmek
spoil
yağma
spoil
kazanç
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avanta
spoil
yağma malı
spoil
tadını kaçırmak
spoil
çalıntı mal
spoil
artık
spoil
pasa
spoil
spoil a joke şakanın tadını kaçırmak
spoil
çocuk

Çocuklar şımartılmamalı. - Children should not be spoiled.

Çocuk çok fazla ilgi ile şımarır. - A child is spoiled by too much attention.

spoil
aramak
spoil
be spoiling for kaşınmak
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He is spoiling for a fight
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(Tıp) Bozulmak, zarar görmek
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istemek
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{f} (süt v.b.) bozulmak
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{i} memuriyet (seçim kazanılınca)
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(Askeri) KAZI TOPRAĞI: Siper, hendek vs. kazılardan çıkarılıp arazi üzerine atılan toprak
spoil
çalınmışganimet
İngilizce - İngilizce
Public offices and their benefits regarded as the peculiar property of a successful party or faction, to be bestowed for its own advantage; -- commonly in the plural; as

to the victor belong the spoils.

That which is taken from another by violence; especially, the plunder taken from an enemy; pillage; booty

Gentle gales, Fanning their odoriferous wings, dispense Native perfumes, and whisper whence they stole Those balmy spoils. —Milton.

Third-person singular simple present indicative form of spoil

Milk spoils when left out too long.

third-person singular of spoil
{i} booty, loot, plunder; public offices distributed among members of a victorious political party
spoils of war
Any profits extracted as the result of winning a war or other military activity
spoils system
The postelection practice of rewarding loyal supporters of the winning candidates and party with appointive public offices. or patronage system In U.S. politics, the practice by political parties of rewarding partisans and workers after winning an election. Proponents claim it helps maintain an active party organization by offering supporters jobs and contracts. Critics charge that it awards appointments to the unqualified and is inefficient because even jobs unrelated to public policy change hands after an election. In the U.S., the Pendleton Civil Service Act (1883) was the first step in introducing the merit system in the hiring of government workers. The merit system has almost completely replaced the spoils system. See also civil service
spoils system
practice of giving of benefits, system of providing advantages
spoils system
the system of employing and promoting civil servants who are friends and supporters of the group in power
spoils the fun
causes fun time to end, ruins a fun atmosphere
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Material (such as rock or earth) removed in the course of an excavation, or in mining or dredging. Tailings
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To ruin; to damage (something) in some way making it unfit for use
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To ruin the character of, by overindulgence; to coddle or pamper to excess
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To carry off (goods) by force; to steal
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(Also in plural: spoils) Plunder taken from an enemy or victim
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Of food, to become bad, sour or rancid; to decay
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To render (a ballot paper) invalid by deliberately defacing it
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To strip or deprive (someone) of their possessions, armour etc.; to despoil

Roger, that rich Bishop of Salisbury, spoiled of his goods by King Stephen, through grief ran mad, spoke and did he knew not what.

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To plunder, pillage (a city, country etc.)
to the victor go the spoils
The winner of a conflict wins additional benefits, beyond just the subject of the conflict
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treat with excessive indulgence; "grandparents often pamper the children"; "Let's not mollycoddle our students!"
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the act of stripping and taking by force the act of spoiling something by causing damage to it; "her spoiling my dress was deliberate" (usually plural) valuables taken by violence (especially in war); "to the victor belong the spoils of the enemy" become unfit for consumption or use; "the meat must be eaten before it spoils
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become unfit for consumption or use; "the meat must be eaten before it spoils"
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{n} plunder, waste, corruption, a slough
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{v} to rob, strip, mar, decay, perish, corrupt
Spoil
despoil
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Corruption; cause of corruption
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make a mess of, destroy or ruin; "I botched the dinner and we had to eat out"; "the pianist screwed up the difficult passage in the second movement"
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The spoils of something are things that people get as a result of winning a battle or of doing something successfully. True to military tradition, the victors are now treating themselves to the spoils of war
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the act of spoiling something by causing damage to it; "her spoiling my dress was deliberate"
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Public offices and their emoluments regarded as the peculiar property of a successful party or faction, to be bestowed for its own advantage; commonly in the plural; as to the victor belong the spoils
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If food spoils or if it is spoilt, it is no longer fit to be eaten. We all know that fats spoil by becoming rancid Some organisms are responsible for spoiling food and cause food poisoning
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The slough, or cast skin, of a serpent or other animal
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{i} plunder, loot, goods taken from an enemy in a war or in a robbery; waste material (i.e. earth dug up while mining or excavating)
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To ruin
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To render useless by injury; to injure fatally; to ruin; to destroy; as, to spoil paper; to have the crops spoiled by insects; to spoil the eyes by reading
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means overburden that has been removed during surface coal mining operations
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(usually plural) valuables taken by violence (especially in war); "to the victor belong the spoils of the enemy"
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To practice plunder or robbery
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Of food, to become bad, sour or rancid
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destroy and strip of its possession; "The soldiers raped the beautiful country"
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To coddle or pamper to excess
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That which is taken from another by violence; especially, the plunder taken from an enemy; pillage; booty
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{f} damage; impair, detract from; ruin by excessive indulgence, pamper too much; go bad, decay (of food); plunder, pillage, rob
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become unfit for consumption or use; "the meat must be eaten before it spoils
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The act or practice of plundering; robbery; aste
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make imperfect; "nothing marred her beauty"
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the act of stripping and taking by force
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If you spoil yourself or spoil another person, you give yourself or them something nice as a treat or do something special for them. Spoil yourself with a new perfume this summer Perhaps I could employ someone to iron his shirts, but I wanted to spoil him. He was my man. = pamper
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That which is gained by strength or effort
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Excavated material such as soil from the trench of a water main
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alter from the original
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hinder or prevent (the efforts, plans, or desires) of; "What ultimately frustrated every challenger was Ruth's amazing September surge"; "foil your opponent"
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If someone spoils their vote, they write something illegal on their voting paper, usually as a protest about the election, and their vote is not accepted. They had broadcast calls for voters to spoil their ballot papers = deface
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the act of stripping and taking by force the act of spoiling something by causing damage to it; "her spoiling my dress was deliberate"
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To lose the valuable qualities; to be corrupted; to decay; as, fruit will soon spoil in warm weather
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To plunder; to strip by violence; to pillage; to rob; with of before the name of the thing taken; as, to spoil one of his goods or possession
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To seize by violence;; to take by force; to plunder
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have a strong desire or urge to do something; "She is itching to start the project"; "He is spoiling for a fight"
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To cause to decay and perish; to corrput; to vitiate; to mar
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Dirt or rock removed from its original location, destroying the composition of the soil in the process, as in strip-mining, dredging, or construction
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If you spoil children, you give them everything they want or ask for. This is considered to have a bad effect on a child's character. Grandparents are often tempted to spoil their grandchildren whenever they come to visit. + spoilt, spoiled spoilt, spoiled A spoilt child is rarely popular with other children Oh, that child. He's so spoiled
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If you spoil something, you prevent it from being successful or satisfactory. It's important not to let mistakes spoil your life Peaceful summer evenings can be spoilt by mosquitoes
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Dirt or rock removed from its original location--destroying the composition of the soil in the process--as in strip-mining, dredging, or construction
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If you say that someone is spoilt for choice or spoiled for choice, you mean that they have a great many things of the same type to choose from. At lunchtime, MPs are spoilt for choice in 26 restaurants and bars
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earth removed from the ditch
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American English uses the form spoiled as the past tense and past participle. British English uses either spoiled or spoilt
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