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Significado de “offend” - Diccionario Inglés

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offendverb

uk   /əˈfend/ us   /əˈfend/
  • offend verb (UPSET)

B2 [T] to make someone upset or angry: [+ that] I think she was offended that she hadn't been invited to the party. He looked offended when you called him middle-aged. If the sight of a few dirty dishes offends you, then I think you're in trouble!

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  • offend verb (COMMIT CRIME)

[I] law to commit a crime: Obviously if a police officer offends it's a fairly serious matter.
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offendverb [T]

us   /əˈfend/
to cause to be upset or to hurt the feelings of someone, esp. by being rude or showing a lack of respect: I think she was offended that she wasn’t invited to the party.
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Significado de "offend" - Diccionario Inglés para los negocios

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offendverb

uk   /əˈfend/ us  
[I] LAW to commit a crime: She was released from jail, only to offend again three weeks later.
[T] to make someone upset and angry by something you say or do: The store refused to stock the book in case it might offend customers. He offended her by implying that she only got the job through personal contacts.
(Definition of offend from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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