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• offend against
违犯,犯罪。


of.fend

offend的音标和读音:
DJ音标发音: [əˈfend]
KK音标发音: [əˈfɛnd]

offend的词性:
v.(动词)

offendedoffendingoffends

offend的词性:
v.tr.(及物动词)

1. To cause displeasure, anger, resentment, or wounded feelings in.
使不愉快:使不高兴、愤怒、憎恨或受伤害的感情

2. To be displeasing or disagreeable to:
使…不高兴:使…不高兴或不受欢迎:

用法与例句:

Onions offend my sense of smell.
洋葱刺激我的嗅觉

3. To transgress; violate:
侵入;违反:

用法与例句:

offend all laws of humanity.
违反所有人性的法规

4. To cause to sin.
引起罪恶

offend的词性:
v.intr.(不及物动词)

5. To result in displeasure:
导致不愉快:

用法与例句:

Bad manners may offend.
不礼貌的行为可能导致不愉快

6. To violate a moral or divine law; sin.
违反道德或天条;犯罪

7. To violate a rule or law:
违反规则或法则:

用法与例句:

offended against the curfew.
违反了宵禁

offend的词源:

8. Middle English offenden
中古英语 offenden

9. from Old French offendre
源自 古法语 offendre

10. from Latin offendere * see g when-
源自 拉丁语 offendere *参见 g when-

【近义词】

offendinsultaffrontoutrage

11. These verbs mean to cause resentment, humiliation, or hurt. To offend is to cause displeasure, wounded feelings, or repugnance in another:
这些动词都意为引起憎恨、羞辱或伤害。Offend 是在另一个人心里引起不愉快、受伤的感觉或强烈的反感:

用法与例句:

“He often offended men who might have been useful friends” (John Lothrop Motley).
“他经常伤害那些本可以成为有用朋友的人” (约翰·洛思罗普·莫特利)。

12. Insult implies gross insensitivity, insolence, or contemptuous rudeness resulting in shame or embarrassment:
Insult 暗含全然的不敏感、傲慢或轻视的粗鲁或导致羞辱或窘迫:

用法与例句:

“His letters . . . boil with sarcastic gibes and insulting remarks on the subject of universal suffrage” (Mario Vargas Llosa). To affront is to insult openly, usually intentionally:
“在普选权这个问题上,他的信中…充斥着讽刺的嘲笑和冒犯性的语言” (马里奥·瓦尔加斯·劳埃莎)。Affront 是公开地冒犯,通常为有意地:

用法与例句:

Affronted at his impertinence, she stared at him coldly and wordlessly.
被他的无礼而冒犯,她冷冷地、无言地盯着他。

13. Outrage implies the flagrant violation of a person's integrity, pride, or sense of right and decency:
Outrage 暗含对一个人的正直、尊严或权利和正派的感觉的公然的违反、冒犯:

用法与例句:

“Agnes . . . was outraged by what seemed to her Rose's callousness” (Mrs. Humphry Ward).
“艾格尼丝…看上去被对罗斯的无情惹怒了”。 (汉弗莱·沃德夫人)