There are 2 translations of spoil in Spanish:

spoil1

(past & past p spoiled or (BrE also) , spoilt)
Pronunciation: /spɔɪl/

vt

  • 1 1.1 [party/evening] echar a perder, estropear, arruinar these buildings have spoiled the town/coastline estos edificios han afeado la ciudad/la costa I don't want to spoil your fun but … no les quiero aguar la fiesta pero … the incident spoiled her chances of promotion el incidente dio al traste con sus perspectivas de ascenso it will spoil your appetite te quitará el apetito that will spoil your appetite for dinner si comes eso, luego no vas a tener ganas de cenar 1.2 (invalidate) anular spoiled o (BrE also) spoilt papers papeletas (fpl) nulas
  • 2 (overindulge) [child] consentir*, malcriar*, mimar demasiado go on, spoil yourself vamos, date un gusto there was so much to do that we were spoiled for choice había tantas cosas para hacer que no sabíamos qué elegir

vi

  • 2 (be eager) [colloquial/familiar] to be spoiling for sth estar* or andar* buscando algo he's spoiling for trouble/a fight anda buscando camorra/pelea

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There are 2 translations of spoil in Spanish:

spoil2

n

  • 1 (usu pl) botín (m) the division of the spoil(s) el reparto del botín the spoils of war el botín or el trofeo de guerra the spoils of office las prebendas del puesto

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