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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishspoilagespoil‧age /ˈspɔɪlɪdʒ/ noun [uncountable] technical  RUBBISH/WASTEwaste resulting from something being spoiled
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spoilageOnly beef with a well-developed layer of external fat that protects against spoilage and dehydration is so aged.Having a harvester which is more gentle with the crop should reduce damage and so lessen spoilage in the clamp.Behind the scenes, cinema chains enjoy the economies of centralised purchasing and have utilised computers to track inventory and prevent spoilage.Food product quality is more easily maintained thereby reducing spoilage losses and production time through unscheduled cleaning.Later in the spoilage process other components, such as the sulphurous notes from hydrogen sulphide, may add to the smell.Irradiation would make things worse by destroying the warning spoilage bacteria and leaving pathogens untouched.
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