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offend /əˈfend/ verb


تخطی کردن ، رنجاندن ، متغیر کردن ، اذیت کردن ، صدمه زدن ، دلخور کردن ، قانون ـ فقه: مرتکب خلاف شدن
offend
[verb]
Synonyms: insult, affront, annoy, displease, hurt (someone's) feelings, outrage, slight, snub, upset, wound
Contrasted words: delight, gratify, please, tickle, captivate, charm, enchant, flatter
Related Idioms: hurt one's feelings, ruffle one's feathers, step (or tread) on one's toes
Related Words: aggrieve, hurt, sting, wound, exasperate, gall, irritate, nettle, excite, provoke, appall, horrify, scandalize, shock, disoblige, displease, distress, disturb, miff, pique, upset

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

offend /əˈfend/ verb
[Word Family: noun: OFFENSE/OFFENSE, offender, offensive, offensiveness; adjective: offensiveinoffensive, offended, offending; verb: offend; adverb: offensively]
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: Old French; Origin: offendre, from Latin offendere 'to strike against, offend']

1. [intransitive and transitive] to make someone angry or upset by doing or saying something that they think is rude, unkind etc:
His remarks deeply offended many Scottish people.
be offended by/at something
Liddy was offended by such a personal question.
The careful language is designed not to offend.

2. [transitive] to seem bad or unacceptable to someone:
A solution must be found that doesn’t offend too many people.
Some of these new buildings really offend the eye (=look very ugly).

3. [intransitive] formal to commit a crime or crimes:
Many of the young men here are likely to offend again.

4. [intransitive and transitive] formal to be against people’s feelings of what is morally acceptable
offend against
Broadcasters have a responsibility not to offend against good taste and decency.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

offend
verb
ADV. deeply, gravely, greatly He knew that he had offended her deeply.
mortally | slightly | easily He was very sensitive and easily offended.
VERB + OFFEND be likely to Omit anything that is likely to offend people.
be anxious not to, be careful not to, not mean to, take care not to She stopped mid-sentence, anxious not to offend him.
PREP. against Viewers complained that the programme offended against good taste.
PHRASES feel/look/sound offended She sounded offended when she replied.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


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