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offense also: (British English) offence
American English: /əˈfɛns/
British English: /əˈfɛns/

Translation of offense in Spanish:


  • 2 2.1 (cause of outrage) (no plural) an offense against decency
    un atentado contra la moral
    that building is an offense to the eye
    ese edificio hace daño a la vista
    2.2 uncountable (resentment, displeasure) See examples: to cause/give offense to somebody
    ofender a alguien
    to take offense at something
    ofenderse or sentirse ofendido por algo
    no offense meant — none taken
    sin ánimo de ofender — ¡faltaba más!

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