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  • EN [ əˈfens]
  • US [ əˈfens]

English definition


  • 1. a lack of politeness; a failure to show regard for others; wounding the feelings or others

  • 2. a feeling of anger caused by being offended;

    • "he took offence at my question"
  • 3. a crime less serious than a felony

  • 4. the team that has the ball (or puck) and is trying to score

  • 5. the action of attacking an enemy

Example sentences

  • The serious circumstances of the aggravated offense of crime of robbery should be strictly interpreted.

  • The Notice should include the nature of the offense and the reason for disciplinary action.

  • He is a much better fast break guard as opposed to court offense type of guard.

  • What happens when they decide to play offense?

  • The team is looking for him on offense and they funnel to him on defense.

  • That dirty old house an offense to the eye.

  • When necessary, by the public security organs of the jurisdiction of the principal offense.

  • Offense is the Best Defence.

  • Americans might take offense at questions or comments about money or their appearance.

  • The best defense is a good offense.

  • But still there's the confusion of roles in running an already complex offense.

  • Why is plagiarism such a serious offense in the United States but not in China?

  • I hope you will not take any offense at my words.

  • It is an offense to drive a car at night without lights.

  • This is no offense to him.

  • She seldom smiles and takes offense at the least excuse, crying rivers of tears and wailing.

  • Child abuse is a punishable offense.

  • A gifted passer, he can always trigger offense around him.

  • And the offense was as Winter preferred, dominated the post.

  • An infraction is the least serious offense and generally is punishable by a fine.

  • To commit an offense or a sin; transgress or err.

  • It is considered an offense to push a live moose out of a moving airplane.

  • The person who is convicted of this crime is circumstances offense but not consequential offense.

  • His words gave great offense to everybody present.

  • Those war plans rested on a belief in the ineluctable superiority of the offense over the defense.

  • to commit an offense

  • Between plays the coach was talking to the offense in the huddle.


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