spoils 是什么意思

spoils的中文意思是: 战利品

spoils例句大全

  1. They quarrelled over the spoils.

    他们因分赃不均吵了起来。

  2. Small type spoils the eyes.

    看小字会坏眼睛。

  3. She spoils those kids of hers .

    她那几个孩子给她宠坏了。

  4. His mother spoils him rotten.

    他妈妈非常溺爱他。

  5. Your grandmother spoils you rotten.

    你的祖母把你宠坏啦!

  6. Too much oil spoils the soup .

    油太重了会坏了汤的味道。

  7. Meat spoils more quickly with out preservatives.

    不加防腐剂,肉会坏得快。

  8. The thieves divided up the spoils.

    窃贼把赃物分了。

  9. She spoils that son of hers.

    她宠坏了她的那个儿子。

  10. He likes having a wife who spoils him.

    他喜欢有一位对他非常关心的太太。

  11. He is a financier who spoils widows.

    他是一个抢劫寡妇的金融家。

  12. Freda cried:"buck up & it spoils everything."

    弗蕾达嚷着说:“上劲儿呀&这样糟啦!”

  13. Rejection spoils the record of corneal grafts.

    排斥反应影响了角膜移植的效果。

  14. Valuables pillaged in time of War ; spoils.

    战利品战争时期掠夺的财物;

  15. The thieves agreed to divvy up with the spoils.

    盗贼们同意把赃物瓜分掉。

  16. This hotel advertises that it spoils its guests.

    该旅馆做广告说他们对顾客是有求必应。

  17. The fine French wine spoils you for the Cheaper kinds.

    喝了法国的葡萄酒你就不再想喝低劣的葡萄酒了。

  18. She has only one son and she spoils him.

    她就有一个儿子,所以她宠他宠得很厉害。

  19. Someone who takes spoils or plunder ( as in War ).

    抢夺战利品或掠夺物(在战争中)。

  20. Competing War lords and foreign powers scrambled for political spoils.

    相互争斗的军阀及外国列强们正在争夺政治上的收益。

  21. There are some spoils of War in his hands.

    在他的手里有些战利品。

  22. The figure on the left spoils the unity of the painting.

    画中左边的人物破坏了这幅画的整体性。

  23. As a result, the grain rarely spoils and losses are minimal.

    因此,粮食很少变质,损失也很小。

  24. Too much care spoils our fun when we are growing up.

    太多的关爱破坏了我们成长时的欢乐。

  25. And as victors, we will collect the spoils of War .

    而作为胜利者,我们将燃起战火。

  26. A mixture of brandy and water spoils two good things.

    白兰地和水的混合物,要糟蹋两样好东西。

  27. The sea and all its spoils bow to my power!

    大海和其所有的生灵都臣服于我!

  28. These artifacts can be the spoils of War , unlike gold and equipment.

    这些史前古器物会在战争中受损,而不像金币和装备一样。

  29. However, sometimes, she spoils herself with one or two bites of them.

    但是,有时,她败坏一个或两个,其中叮咬自己。

  30. Dad spoils me. He loves me. He sticks up for me

    爸爸很宠我,很爱我。他总是护着我。

  31. The clumsiness of power spoils the key, and uses the pickaxe.

    权力拙劣地溺爱着钥匙,竟利用了鹤嘴锄。

  32. For the shipowner, the cargo spoils and the ship goes unused.

    对船东来说,船被扣留意味着货物沦为战利品,而船只则会闲置。

  33. The poor air quality spoils Beijing's image and endangers people's lives.

    糟糕的空气质量损害了北京的形象,危及人民的生命。

  34. Even Abraham the patriarch gave him a tenth of the spoils.

    先祖亚伯拉罕将自己所掳来上等之物取十分之一给他。

  35. This discrimination spoils the market economy for it leads to unfair competition.

    这种歧视破坏了市场经济,因为它导致不公平竞争。

  36. The opposition hoped to reap the political spoils of the"screening"process.

    反对派希望从“筛选”过程中收获政治成果。

  37. He goes out with impressive decorum, and spoils it by slamming the door .

    他很神气地走出去,只是粗暴地把门用力关上。

  38. A lot of dredged spoils are produced in engineering building, harbor and waterway.

    疏浚泥是一种大量发生,抛泥处理又会对环境产生污染的废弃物。

  39. True to military tradition, the victors are now treating themselves to the spoils of War

    按照军事惯例,胜者正在分享战利品。

  40. In China, athletes usually have to share their spoils with coaches and sports administrations .

    在中国,运动员通常要与教练和体育管理部门分享战利品。

spoils中英翻译结果
出自:柯林斯词典

1
弄糟;损坏;破坏
If you spoil something, you prevent it from being successful or satisfactory.
  1. It's important not to let mistakes spoil your life...

    重要的是不要让错误毁了你的生活。

  2. Peaceful summer evenings can be spoilt by mosquitoes.

    宁静的夏夜可能会被蚊子破坏掉。

2
溺爱,宠坏(孩子)
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.
  1. Grandparents are often tempted to spoil their grandchildren whenever they come to visit.

    祖父母每次来访都往往禁不住要娇惯孙辈。

3
犒赏(自己或他人)
If you spoil yourself or spoil another person, you give yourself or them something nice as a treat or do something special for them.
  1. Spoil yourself with a new perfume this summer...

    今年夏天买瓶新香水慰劳一下自己吧。

  2. Perhaps I could employ someone to iron his shirts, but I wanted to spoil him. He was my man.

    也许我可以雇别人来熨他的衬衫,但我想好好宠他。他是我爱的男人。

4
(使)(食物)变坏;(使)腐坏
If food spoils or if it is spoilt, it is no longer fit to be eaten.
  1. We all know that fats spoil by becoming rancid...

    我们都知道油脂变质后会发臭。

  2. Some organisms are responsible for spoiling food and cause food poisoning...

    有些生物会导致食物变质并引起食物中毒。

  3. Some of my apples were spoilt last year by grubs inside the fruit.

    去年我的一些苹果被果内的虫子给蛀坏了。

  4. ...the potential health problems from spoiled food.

    变质食物可能引起的健康问题

5
(因在其上写违法的内容而)使(选票)无效
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.
  1. They had broadcast calls for voters to spoil their ballot papers...

    他们通过广播呼吁选民们投无效选票。

  2. The results showed that 7.2% of the voters cast blank or spoiled ballots.

    结果显示,7.2 %的选民投了空白或无效票。

6
战利品;因成功获得的好处
The spoils of something are things that people get as a result of winning a battle or of doing something successfully.
  1. True to military tradition, the victors are now treating themselves to the spoils of war...

    按照军事惯例,胜者正在分享战利品。

  2. Competing warlords and foreign powers scrambled for political spoils.

    相互争斗的军阀及外国列强们正在争夺政治上的收益。

7
可供选择的东西众多
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.
  1. At lunchtime, MPs are spoilt for choice in 26 restaurants and bars.

    到了午餐时间,议员们有 26 家之多的餐厅和酒吧可供选择。