Hindi translation of offend
offendPowered by COBUILD /əˈfend अˈफ़ेण्ड्/
Word forms: offends, offending, offended
Definitions and Translations
1. transitive verb
If you offend someone, you upset or embarrass them.
Derived formsoffended adjective
⇒ She is terribly offended and hurt.
2. intransitive verb
If someone offends, they commit a crime.
⇒ Some will continue to offend, again and again.
Derived formsoffenderWord forms: offenders countable noun
⇒ ...an offensive remark.
3. countable noun
An offensive is a strong attack.
⇒ ...a military offensive on a training camp.
If you go on the offensive, go over to the offensive, or take the offensive, you begin to take strong action against people who have been attacking you.
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Example Sentences Including 'offend'
Then you can do more or less what you like, except to offend other diplomatic missions, or the host country.The Ambassador's Women
That to offend the land or Earth was to offend something greater than one's soul.Gwendolen
When Miss Beaver did mortally offend her Lily would think of the darker implications of her name.Looking For the Spark
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'offend' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يُسيِءُ إِلَى
- Brazilian Portuguese: ofender
- Chinese: 犯罪
- Croatian: uvrijediti
- Czech: urazit urážet
- Danish: fornærme
- Dutch: beledigen
- European Spanish: ofender
- Finnish: loukata
- French: offusquer
- German: beleidigen
- Greek: θίγω
- Italian: offendere
- Japanese: 不快感を与える
- Korean: 위반하다
- Norwegian: fornærme
- Polish: obrazić obrażać
- Portuguese: ofender
- Romanian: a ofensa
- Russian: оскорбить
- Spanish: ofender
- Swedish: förnärma
- Thai: ทำให้ขุ่นเคือง
- Turkish: gücendirmek
- Ukrainian: ображати образити
- Vietnamese: xúc phạm
Translation of offend from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary