Word: offence

Category: offence

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Related words: offence

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Synonyms: offence

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: offence

spanish
injuria, provocación, fechoría


german
vergehen, angriff, verstoß, beleidigung

french
agression, insulte, algarade, offense, transgression, ...

italian
infrazione, reato, affronto, offesa

russian
наступление, нарушение, правонарушение, преступление, оскорбление, ...

swedish
anstöt

finnish
rike, loukkaus, herja, rikkomus, rötös, ...

danish
forbrydelse, lovovertrædelse

czech
přečin, prohřešek, přestupek, delikt, provinění, ...

polish
uchybienie, obraza, przekroczenie, przestępstwo, ofensywa, ...

greek
αδίκημα, παράβαση, προσβολή

ukrainian
злочин, образа, ображання, злочинство, наступ

albanian
fyerje, ofendim

bulgarian
престъпление

estonian
solvang, seaduserikkumine

croatian
djelo, uvreda, vrijeđanje, navala, prekršaj

icelandic
sök, miski

latin
commissum

lithuanian
nusikaltimas

latvian
noziegums

romanian
delict

slovenian
delikt, porušení

slovak
porušení, delikt, urážka

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The meaning and "use of": offence

noun
  • a breach of a law or rule; an illegal act.
  • annoyance or resentment brought about by a perceived insult to or disregard for oneself or one's standards or principles.
  • the action of attacking.

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