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Detailed Synonyms for offender in Englisch

offender:

offender [the ~] Nomen

  1. the offender
    the perpetrator; the offender
  2. the offender
    the perpetrator; the delinquent; the criminal; the offender; the malefactor; the evil-doer
  3. the offender
    the offender
  4. the offender
    – a person who transgresses moral or civil law 1
    the offender; the wrongdoer
    – a person who transgresses moral or civil law 1

Verwandte Wörter für "offender":

  • offenders

Alternate Synonyms for "offender":


Verwandte Definitionen für "offender":

  1. a person who transgresses moral or civil law1

offend:

to offend Verb (offends, offended, offending)

  1. to offend
    to hurt; to aggrieve; to offend; hurt someone's feelings
  2. to offend
    to offend; to do wrong; to wreak evil; to do wrongly
    • offend Verb (offends, offended, offending)
    • do wrong Verb (does wrong, did wrong, doing wrong)
    • wreak evil Verb (wreaks evil, wreaked evil, wreaking evil)
    • do wrongly Verb (does wrongly, did wrongly, doing wrongly)
  3. to offend
    to torture; to torment; to hurt; to aggrieve; to offend
    • torture Verb (tortures, tortured, torturing)
    • torment Verb (torments, tormented, tormenting)
    • hurt Verb (hurts, hurt, hurting)
    • aggrieve Verb (aggrieves, aggrieved, aggrieving)
    • offend Verb (offends, offended, offending)
  4. to offend
    to hurt; to injure; to maul; to offend; to insult
    • hurt Verb (hurts, hurt, hurting)
    • injure Verb (injures, injured, injuring)
    • maul Verb (mauls, mauled, mauling)
    • offend Verb (offends, offended, offending)
    • insult Verb (insults, insulted, insulting)
  5. to offend
    to sin; to commit a sin; to offend
    • sin Verb (sins, sinned, sinning)
    • commit a sin Verb (commits a sin, committed a sin, committing a sin)
    • offend Verb (offends, offended, offending)
  6. to offend
    to offend; to put out; to upset; to ruffle
    • offend Verb (offends, offended, offending)
    • put out Verb (puts out, put out, putting out)
    • upset Verb (upsets, upset, upsetting)
    • ruffle Verb (ruffles, ruffled, ruffling)
  7. to offend
    – cause to feel resentment or indignation 1
    to offend; pique
    – cause to feel resentment or indignation 1
    • offend Verb (offends, offended, offending)
      • Her tactless remark offended me1
    • pique Verb
  8. to offend
    – hurt the feelings of 1
    to hurt; to bruise; to offend; spite; to wound; to injure
    – hurt the feelings of 1
    • hurt Verb (hurts, hurt, hurting)
      • She hurt me when she did not include me among her guests1
    • bruise Verb (bruises, bruised, bruising)
      • This remark really bruised my ego1
    • offend Verb (offends, offended, offending)
    • spite Verb
    • wound Verb (wounds, wounded, wounding)
    • injure Verb (injures, injured, injuring)
  9. to offend
    – strike with disgust or revulsion 1
    to offend; outrage; to shock; to scandalize; appall; scandalise; appal
    – strike with disgust or revulsion 1
    • offend Verb (offends, offended, offending)
    • outrage Verb
    • shock Verb (shocks, shocked, shocking)
      • The scandalous behavior of this married woman shocked her friends1
    • scandalize Verb, amerikanisch (scandalizes, scandalized, scandalizing)
    • appall Verb, amerikanisch
    • scandalise Verb, britisch
    • appal Verb, britisch
  10. to offend
    – act in disregard of laws, rules, contracts, or promises 1
    to breach; to break; to offend; to violate; to transgress; go against; infract
    – act in disregard of laws, rules, contracts, or promises 1
    • breach Verb (breaches, breached, breaching)
    • break Verb (breaks, broke, breaking)
      • break a law1
      • break a promise1
    • offend Verb (offends, offended, offending)
      • offend all laws of humanity1
    • violate Verb (violates, violated, violating)
      • violate the basic laws or human civilization1
    • transgress Verb (transgresses, transgressed, transgressing)
    • go against Verb
    • infract Verb

Konjugationen für offend:

present
  1. offend
  2. offend
  3. offends
  4. offend
  5. offend
  6. offend
simple past
  1. offended
  2. offended
  3. offended
  4. offended
  5. offended
  6. offended
present perfect
  1. have offended
  2. have offended
  3. has offended
  4. have offended
  5. have offended
  6. have offended
past continuous
  1. was offending
  2. were offending
  3. was offending
  4. were offending
  5. were offending
  6. were offending
future
  1. shall offend
  2. will offend
  3. will offend
  4. shall offend
  5. will offend
  6. will offend
continuous present
  1. am offending
  2. are offending
  3. is offending
  4. are offending
  5. are offending
  6. are offending
subjunctive
  1. be offended
  2. be offended
  3. be offended
  4. be offended
  5. be offended
  6. be offended
diverse
  1. offend!
  2. let's offend!
  3. offended
  4. offending
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

offend

  1. offend

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Alternate Synonyms for "offend":


Antonyme für "offend":


Verwandte Definitionen für "offend":

  1. cause to feel resentment or indignation1
    • Her tactless remark offended me1
  2. hurt the feelings of1
  3. strike with disgust or revulsion1
  4. act in disregard of laws, rules, contracts, or promises1
    • offend all laws of humanity1

Related Synonyms for offender