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Translation of ofender in English:

verbo transitivo

also: ofenderse verbo pronominal

  • to take offense (inglés norteamericano) o (inglés británico) offence
    se ofende por cualquier cosa
    he gets offended by the slightest thing
    he takes offense at the slightest thing
    se ofendió porque no la invitaron
    she was offended o took offense because they didn't invite her
    no te ofendas, pero …
    don't be offended, but …
Example sentences
  • Y la respuesta de los burócratas ofende la inteligencia.
  • Obviamente por mis propias convicciones, mis escritos han ofendido a mucha gente.
  • Mencionó que no fue su intención ofender a ninguna mujer.

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