Translation: from english to serbian

from serbian to english

a spoilt child

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  • spoilt — /spɔɪlt / (say spoylt) verb 1. a past tense and past participle of spoil. –adjective 2. selfish; used to getting one s own way because of being overindulged: a spoilt child. –phrase 3. spoilt rotten, Colloquial (of a child) extremely spoilt. Also …   Australian English dictionary

  • spoilt — spoiled, spoilt In BrE the normal form for the past tense and past participle is spoilt, although spoiled is also used and is the dominant form in AmE. As an adjective in attributive position (i.e. before a noun, as in a spoilt child) spoilt is… …   Modern English usage

  • spoilt — [spɔɪlt] adj I a spoilt child behaves badly if they do not get what they want because people have always given them everything that they want II spoilt a past tense and past participle of spoil …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • Spoilt Bastard — is a comic character from the magazine Viz , focusing on a young vain child and his self sacrificing and long suffering mother. The boy is called Timmy Timpson, wears a sailor suit and lives with his doting, docile mother (named Cissy… …   Wikipedia

  • spoilt — I UK [spɔɪlt] / US adjective 1) a child who is spoilt behaves badly if they do not get what they want, because people have always given them everything they want 2) spoilt food has started to decay • spoilt for choice II UK / US a past tense and… …   English dictionary

  • List of current child actors from England — This is a list of child actors from England. These actors are aged 17 and under. When they turn 18, they become adults and are no longer listed as child actors but will be moved to the list of former child actors from England. C *Barney Clark… …   Wikipedia

  • spoil past tense and past participle spoiled or spoilt, — BrE verb 1 RUIN STH (T) to have a bad effect on something so that it is no longer attractive, enjoyable, useful etc: The countryside has been spoiled by the new freeway. | Don t spoil your sister s birthday by crying at her party. | spoil… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • spare the rod and spoil the child — This means that if you don t discipline children, they will become spoilt …   The small dictionary of idiomes

  • spare the rod and spoil the child —    This means that if you don t discipline children, they will become spoilt.   (Dorking School Dictionary) …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • spoil — [[t]spɔ͟ɪl[/t]] spoils, spoiling, spoiled, spoilt (American English uses the form spoiled as the past tense and past participle. British English uses either spoiled or spoilt.) 1) VERB If you spoil something, you prevent it from being successful… …   English dictionary

  • Sharon Rickman — ] and one of life s survivors , who has had many moments of emotional turmoil .Character developmentAn early controversial storyline involving Sharon revolved around her desire to take contraceptive pills in order to persuade Kelvin Carpenter to… …   Wikipedia


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