offense en Español

Pronunciación
[offense (Amer.) ] s. ofensa, afrenta, agravio, comentario ofensivo, deshonra, desmán, entuerto, injuria, vejamen; delito, contravención, crimen, desafuero, infracción

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A strong argument for the religion of Christ is this — that offences against Charity are about the only ones which men on their death-beds can be made, not to understand, but to feel, as crime.
Un sólido argumento en favor del cristianismo es el siguiente: las ofensas contra la caridad es probablemente lo único que, en sus lechos de muerte, los hombres llegan a sentir y no a comprender como un crimen.
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Everyone charged with a penal offence has the right to be presumed innocent until proved guilty according to law in a public trial at which he has had all the guarantees necessary for his defence.
Toda persona acusada de delito tiene derecho a que se presuma su inocencia mientras no se pruebe su culpabilidad, conforme a la ley y en juicio público en el que se le hayan asegurado todas las garantías necesarias para su defensa.
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He is quick to take offence.
Él se ofende fácilmente.
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He is quick to take offense.
Él se enfurece con rapidez.
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I meant no offence.
No fue mi intención ofenderte.
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Berlusconi, aged 77, was sentenced in June 2013 in the first instance to seven years imprisonment and perpetual disqualification from public office, a requirement for such offences.
(Voice of America)
Berlusconi, de 77 años, había sido condenado en junio de 2013 en primera instancia a siete años de prisión y a la inhabilitación perpetua para el ejercicio de un cargo público por dichos delitos.
(Voz de América)
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If he is found guilty, he will face a penalty of up to 23 years in prison for the three offences.
(Voice of America)
De ser encontrado culpable enfrentaría una pena de hasta 23 años de cárcel por los tres delitos.
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In addition, five workers from Universal Studios and two from SeaWorld have been arrested in the same period for similar offences.
(Voice of America)
Además, otros cinco trabajadores de Universal Studios y dos de SeaWorld han sido detenidos en el mismo período por delitos similares.
(Voz de América)
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Marijuana advocate Brian Vicente says the ruling could affect hundreds of people who received prison sentences for offenses related to marijuana.
(Voice of America)
Defensor de la marihuana Brian Vicente dice que el fallo podría afectar a cientos de personas que recibieron penas de cárcel por delitos relacionados con marihuana.
(Voz de América)
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The Communist Party secretary of Shanghai, Han Zheng, called for “severe punishment” for any offense that has been committed, according to a statement from the city government.
(Voice of America)
El secretario del Partido Comunista de Shanghái, Han Zheng, pidió “castigo severo” para cualquier delito que se haya cometido, de acuerdo a una declaración del gobierno de la ciudad.
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Sinónimos

a lack of politeness; a failure to show regard for others; wounding the feelings or others: presumption, indelicacy, affront, slight, offence, ridicule, discourtesy, insolence, behaviour, derision, doings, behavior, conduct, insult, offensive activity, rebuff
(criminal law) an act punishable by law; usually considered an evil act: perpetration, violation, infraction, misdemeanor, lese majesty, mayhem, law-breaking, barratry, capital offense, evildoing, thuggery, statutory offense, vice crime, commission, war crime, misdemeanour, high treason, crime, forgery, attack, victimless crime, felony, committal, infringement, offence, criminal offense, Tazir crime, statutory offence, Had crime, fraud, attempt, regulatory offence, transgression, treason, cybercrime, hijack, criminal offence, highjack, regulatory offense
a feeling of anger caused by being offended: choler, offence, umbrage, anger, ire
the team that has the ball (or puck) and is trying to score: team, squad, offence
the action of attacking an enemy: rollback, offence, offensive, military operation, counteroffensive, push back, dirty war, operation



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