An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (rotten)
a. podrido
The food is spoiled due to improper storage.La comida está podrida debido a que se almacenó inadecuadamente.
b. echado a perder
These apples are spoiled, so I'm going to throw them out.Estas manzanas están echadas a perder, así que las voy a tirar.
c. estropeado
Spoiled food can cause food poisoning.La comida estropeada puede provocar la intoxicación alimentaria.
2. (pampered)
a. mimado
That spoiled kid doesn't have to worry about anything.Ese niño mimado no se tiene que preocupar por nada.
b. consentido
My little sister was the spoiled child in my family.Mi hermana menor era la hija consentida de mi familia.
c. malcriado (bratty)
What a spoiled child! I can't stand to be around him.¡Qué niño tan malcriado! No aguanto estar con él.
3. (ruined)
a. arruinado
Everything is spoiled because of the rain.Todo está arruinado debido a la lluvia.
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spoiled [spɔɪld]
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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