Meaning of “offend” - Learner’s Dictionary

offend

verb us uk /əˈfend/
She really has it in for me - I don't know what I've done to offend her.If I did offend her it was entirely unintentional.He often offends people when he tells jokes.Some people are easily offended by nudity.I'm sorry if I've offended you.
UPSET [ T ]

B2 to make someone upset or angry:

[ often passive ] I was deeply offended by her comments.
CRIME [ I ] formal

to commit a crime:

If she offends again, she'll go to prison.

(Definition of “offend” from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)