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Anticipation RuinedPlay
Using 'spoil' implies something was expected to bring joy or excitement but didn't because of an action. SlideThe leaked game ending really spoiled the experience for players.
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Emotional ImpactPlay
'Spoil' often indicates disappointment or a loss of pleasure from an event or activity. SlidePlease don't spoil my mood with bad news right now.
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Past vs. FuturePlay
'Spoil' can refer to ruining current events or those yet to happen. SlideHis loud laugh spoiled the tense scene in the movie.