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|past tense||spoiled or spoilt|
|past participle||spoiled or spoilt|
Radio towers spoilt the view.
The whole show was spoiled by the lack of decent actors.
I really hope it doesn’t rain – that would spoil everything.
Stop saying yes all the time – you’re spoiling her.
We were spoiled by all the great restaurants we had to choose from in London – it’s not quite the same here.
A shoulder injury spoiled his chances of victory in the finals.
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