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of.fense

offense的音标和读音:
DJ音标发音: [əˈfens]
KK音标发音: [əˈfɛns]

offense的词性:
n.(名词)

1. The act of causing anger, resentment, displeasure, or affront.
冒犯:使产生愤怒、憎恨、不愉快或恼怒的行为

2. The state of being offended.
被冒犯的状态

3. A violation or an infraction of a moral or social code; a transgression or a sin.
违反:违反或打破道德或社会规范;一种侵犯或犯罪

4. A transgression of law; a crime.
违法:违反法律;一种犯罪

5. Something that outrages moral sensibilities:
违反道德的事物:引起道德感情上的愤恨的事物:

用法与例句:

Genocide is an offense to all civilized human beings.
种族灭绝违反文明人的道德规范的罪行

6. [?f“μns”] The act of attacking or assaulting.
[?f“μns”] 袭击:袭击或攻击的行为

7. [?f“μns”] Sports
[?f“μns”] 【体育运动】

8. A team in possession of the ball or puck.
控有球的一队:球或冰球在自己手里的球队

9. Scoring ability or potential.
得分率:得分的能力或潜力

10. The means or tactics used in an attempt to score points.
技巧,手段:为获得分数而使用的方式或策略

offense的词源:

11. Middle English
中古英语

12. from Old French ofense
源自 古法语 ofense

13. from Latin off?nsa [from feminine past participle of] offendere [to offend] * see offend
源自 拉丁语 off?nsa [] 源自offendere的阴性过去分词 [冒犯] *参见 offend

【近义词】

offensecrimesinerror

14. These nouns are related in denoting a violation or an infraction of a moral, social, or legal code.
这些名词都与对道德、社会或法律规范的违反或打破有关。

15. Offense applies most broadly:
Offense 用得最广:

用法与例句:

The phrase between you and I is often considered an offense against proper usage.
短语在你我之间 常常被认为是不合一般规则的用法。

用法与例句:

Juveniles convicted of criminal offenses are sent to reformatories.
犯了罪的青少年都被送去改造。

16. Crime refers both to an act committed or omitted in violation of—and punishable by—law and to a serious or grave offense:
Crime 指故意犯的罪行或疏忽造成的罪行,违反法律并能被法律惩罚的,或指一项严重或重大的犯罪:

用法与例句:

“treason, bribery, or other high crimes and misdemeanors” (U.S. Constitution, Article II)
“叛国、受贿或其它高级犯罪和重罪” (美国宪法,第二款),

用法与例句:

“Is it . . . a crime to love too well?” (Alexander Pope). A sin is a transgression of religious or moral law; more loosely it applies to something regarded as being utterly wrong:
“难道…爱得太深也是一种过错?” (亚历山大·波普)。Sin 是一种对于宗教或道德法规的违反, 它更广泛地被用于被认为完全错误的事物:

用法与例句:

“The sins of the fathers are to be laid upon the children” (Shakespeare).
“父辈们的罪过将担在孩子身上” (莎士比亚)。

用法与例句:

“The only deadly sin I know is cynicism” (Henry L. Stimson).
“我所知道的唯一致命的错误的事是愤世嫉俗” (亨利·L·斯廷森)。

17. Error is departure from what is morally right; the term often suggests bad judgment or lack of awareness rather than willful violation:
Error 是偏离道德正确的。这个术语常含有因判断错误或缺乏认识而非有意违反之意:

用法与例句:

“All men are liable to error; and most men are . . . under temptation to it” (John Locke).
“所有的人都会犯错误;大多数人都会…受它的诱惑”。 (约翰·洛克)