An aerodynamic device used on tractor-trailer trucks. A spoiler is located on the roof of the tractor which deflects air from buffeting the trailer. Truck roof spoilers increase the top speed of the truck, save diesel fuel, and protect the refrigerator coils of refrigerated trailers from rocks that blow off of dump trucks.
The top speed of this Kenworth is 117 miles per hour, the same truck without the Spoiler only goes 113 MPH. By the end of the day I'm 64 miles ahead, because I have a Spoiler.
από AviationMetalSmith 18 Ιανουάριος 2007
When someone reveals a previously unknown aspect of something which you likely would have rather learned on your own.

*discussions of art media such as video games, movies, etc. especially vulnerable.
"The following review contains spoilers!"
από Pheon1xBorn 29 Ιανουάριος 2005
Something that could ruin something aobut a game for someone who hasn't played it yet. For example, revealing major parts of the plot or big storyline events to others.
You are the prime example of someone who doesn't know what the FUCK a spoiler is..... fuck.. I shouldn't even complete FFX now.....

Thanks alot.... jerkoff -_-
από jimbob jones 14 Αύγουστος 2003
The ruining of a surprise in a book, movie, tv program, etc.
So, Sasuke pwns Itachi only to discover that Itachi was a good guy and that he massacred his clan on orders from the higher ups. Turns out the entire Uchiha Clan was planning to take over the village. Ironic isn't it? Now Sasuke wants to crush the village.
Oh, and Snape is going to kill Dumbledore But he actually is good. And Harry will live.
Oops, I forgot to put a Spoiler Warning didn't I? Well, hope the Spoilers didn't ruin your day.
από Namahagetecno37 19 Ιούνιος 2008
In vehicles:

A device attatched to a car- usually at the rear, that changes the aerodynamic shape of a vehicle, reduces drag- which does not add downforce- and acts as a rear diffuser, eliminating a vacuum effect at the rear end of the car and improving gas milage.

Often mistaken for a wing or airfoil, which does the opposite by creating drag.

Before you hit that down button, google wing vs. spoiler.
Often mistaken as a type of airfoil or wing, spoilers do not increase down force of the rear wheels, but actually reduce it.
από EDOLZ 12 Δεκέμβριος 2008
Something a ricer attaches to the back of his car to get downforce on the rear wheels. Too bad their rice rockets are front wheel drive!
Look at that totally homo 747 wing! I didn't know it was from Spyder Sebring WRX Hyundai Honda Techno Dream Team Racing Works! They should bring in some rudders maybe the thermal tiles from Columbia so they can protect their car from burning up when they drive 30 mph on the freeway!
από Anonymous 15 Μάρτιος 2003
Meaning One:

An aerodymanical feature that 'spoils' the air flow by forcing any air that reaches it into the shape, pushing the rear end of the vehicle downwards, this is used to improve handling and to increase downforce.

Meaning Two:

Information that could spoil the experience of a certain game, may that be a console game or a PC game. Spoilers usually come woth warnings to stop people who havent seen the whole game yet, to prevent them seeing the information before they discover it themselfs.
Meaning One:

Holy hell when i got up to 100 MPH my Evo started to get some upforce, i need to get myself a spoiler!

Meaning Two:

Dahm, on the Atari forums someone revealed a spoiler and I havent started the game yet!
από Aidan2 30 Ιούλιος 2006
A candidate in a campaign whose chances of winning are near zero but still may garner enough votes as to cause the loss of one of the leading candidates.
Ralph Nader was a spoiler in the 2000 elections, he took votes from Al Gore.
από Matt I 22 Ιούλιος 2005

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