It's a crime to squander our country's natural resources.
Don't squander your affection on him, he'll never love you.
He has squandered all his savings on drink.
If we squander our fossil fuels, we threaten civilization.
squander['skwɔndə]vt.1.■挥霍，浪费(时间、金钱等)(通常与away连用)：He squandered too much time watching TV.他整天都泡在电视机前，浪费大量的时间。A large amount of money was squandered by him on gambling.在过去一段时间，他把大量的金钱挥霍在了赌博上。2.■使散开，驱散：The crowd were squandered.人群被驱散了。vi.1.■浪费：She always squanders on clothing.她总是在购买服装上大手大脚。2.■散开；四散奔逃：The birds in the tree squandered as they heard the noises.听到有响声，树上的鸟四散飞走了。3.■漂泊，浪荡n.1.■挥霍，浪费
- [with obj.]waste (something, especially money or time) in a reckless and foolish manner
entrepreneurs squander their profits on expensive cars.
■allow (an opportunity) to pass or be lost
the team squandered several good scoring chances.
- late 16th cent.: of unknown origin
spend thoughtlessly; throw away
■Don't squander your affection on him, he'll never love you.
■It's a crime to squander our country's natural resources.
■If we squander our fossil fuels, we threaten civilization.
■He squander his time and money in gambling.
■To waste or squander extravagantly.
■Don't squander the gold of your days.
■He said she used to squander the money.
■You think I would squander her money?
■But you musn't squander your money.
■Don't squander your hard-earned money.
■But you mustn't squander your money.
■That was quite enough to squander on a rainy night.
■Isn't it foolish to squander all the money on wedding ceremony?
■Every chance is precious; don't squander any chance away!
■Don't squander your time in reading those dime novels.
■Then do not squander time,for that's the stuff life is made of.
■Brothers， let us squander our morning in futile songs.
■Do not squander time---that's the stuff life is made of.
■Don't squander you affection on him. He'll never love you.
■Never squander a single cent.
■All kids have tremendous talent, and we squander them.
■To spend or expend intemperately or wastefully;squander.
■Don't squander your affection on him he'll never love you.
■Brothers, let us squander our morning in futile songs.
■To spend or expend intemperately or wastefully; squander.
■Ben: I don't know but that squander thing sounds pretty good to me.
■He inherited a princely sum,then squander them in a year.
■Every chance is precious;don't squander any chance away!
■Ben: What does squander mean?
■Then do not squander time, of which yr life is consisted.
■Then do not squander time, for that is the stuff life is made of.
■Brothers,let us squander our morning in futile songs.
■Don't squander time,That is the stuff life is made of!!!
■It didn't take him long to squander away his family fortune.
■Addictions are good ways to squander wealth and health.
■Naturally, hardly anyone could afford to squander so much time every day.
■Bankrupt,the ex - millionaire had to fight back the desire to squander money.
■Bankrupt,the ex-millionaire had to fight back the desire to squander money.
■I believe it's important to resist the temptation to squander our surplus.
■Bankrupt, the ex - millionaire had to fight back the desire to squander money.
■Life is the most precious thing, I can not afford to squander, I will treasure!
■I would rather my people laugh at my stinginess than cry on my squander.
■It refers to those people who come into some money without effort and squander it away.
■Remember that time is money. Dost thou love life? Then do not squander time, for that's the stuff life is made of.
■Don't squander resources on levity. Don't use your laptop's battery power for graphics, music or watching DVDs.
■Dost thou love life? Then do not squander time, for that the stuff life is made of.
■Dose thou love life? Then do not squander time, for that is the stuff life is made of.
■No matter how much money you have,you'll here none at last if you squander the money away.
■Advertisement is the machine of making a fashion, is the machine of making a squander.
■No matter how much money you have, you'll here none at last if you squander the money away.