Bedeutung von “offence” — Learner’s Dictionary

offence

noun UK US offense us uk /əˈfens/
The joke caused great offence among the listeners.Many people took offence at his remarks.Did my comments cause offence?The article wasn't intended to cause offence.The words were removed to avoid causing offence.
UPSET [ U ]

B2 the feeling of being upset or angry by something rude someone says :

to cause/give offence
Many people take offence at swearing.
I'm sure she meant no offence by her remarks.
CRIME [ C ]

B2 a crime:

a criminal offence
He committed / several serious offences.

(Definition von “offence” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)