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Translation of "offend" - English-Spanish dictionary

offend

verb /əˈfend/
to make feel upset or angry ofender If you don’t go to her party she will be offended His criticism offended her. to be unpleasant or disagreeable molestar Cigarette smoke offends me. offence noun ( offense) a crime delito, infracción The police charged him with several offences/offenses. (any cause of) anger, displeasure, hurt feelings etc ofensa, atentado That rubbish dump is an offence/offense to the eye. offender noun a person who offends, especially against the law delincuente, infractor a young offender. offensive /-siv/ adjective insulting ofensivo, insultante offensive remarks. disgusting repugnante, desagradable an offensive smell. used to attack ofensivo an offensive weapon. offensively adverb de manera ofensiva The team is weak offensively. offensiveness noun cualidad de ofensivo be on the offensive to be making an attack estar a la ofensiva She expects people to criticize her and so she is always on the offensive. take offence/offense ( with at) to be offended (by something) ofenderse por, sentirse ofendido por He took offence/offense at what she said.
(Definition of offend from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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