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offend / ofender
 
offend   [əˈfend]
A. -transitive verb   ofender
·to be offended
·ofenderse
·he is easily offended
·se ofende feminineácilmente
·don't be offended
·no te vayas a ofender
a. to be offended [at] or [by] something =   ofenderse por algo
b. to [become] offended =   ofenderse
c. it offends my [ears]/[eyes] =   me hace daño al oído/a la vista
d. to [feel] offended =   sentirse ofendido
e. to [look] offended =   poner cara de ofendido
f. to offend [reason] =   ir en contra de la razónoun
g. it offends my [sense] of justice =   atenta contra mi sentido de la justicia
B. -intransitive verb
1. (=cause offence)   ofender
·scenes that may offend
·escenas que pueden ofender
·to offend [against]
[+good taste]   atentar contra
[+law]   infringir
·to offend [against] God
·pecar contra Dios
2. (criminally)
(=commit an offence)   cometer una infracciónoun
(=commit offences)   cometer infracciones
·girls are less likely to offend than boys
·las chicas son menos propensas a cometer infracciones que los chicos
·to offend [again]
·reincidir
 
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged and Audio Headword Pronunciation (Spanish) 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co Ltd. 1971,1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992,1993,1996,1997,2000,2003,2005.
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