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    #1

    spoil someone's privacy

    I don't want to spoil your privacy.

    Can we say "spoil someone's privacy"?

    I know that invade would be the appropriate word but I just want to whether we can use spoil.

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    #2

    Re: spoil someone's privacy

    It doesn't sound natural to me.

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