简明英汉词典

offense
[E5fens]
n.
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美国传统词典[双解]

offense
of.fense
AHD:[…-fμns“]
D.J.[*6fens]
K.K.[*6fWns]
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:
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

语源

(1)

Middle English
中古英语

(2)

from Old French ofense
源自 古法语 ofense

(3)

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

参考词汇

(1)

offensecrimesinerror

(2)

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。

(3)

Offense applies most broadly:
Offense 用得最广:
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。
Juveniles convicted of criminal offenses are sent to reformatories.
犯了罪的青少年都被送去改造。

(4)

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:
“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),
“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:
“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)。
“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)。

(5)

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:
“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)

现代英汉词典

offense
[E5fens]
n.

(1)

过错;犯罪
His offences were forgiven him by the employer.
他的过错受到老板的宽恕。
It is an offense to drive a car at night without lights.
夜晚行车不开灯是违章的。

(2)

令人 不快的事物

(3)

触怒;不悦;冒犯
give offense to sb.
得罪某人;使某人不悦
I meant no offense.
我没有冒犯你的意思。(英作: offence)

现代英汉综合大辞典

offense
[E5fens]
n.
[美]=offence

美国传统词典

offense
of.fense
AHD:[…-fμns“]
D.J.[*6fens]
K.K.[*6fWns]
n.

(1)

The act of causing anger, resentment, displeasure, or affront.

(2)

The state of being offended.

(3)

A violation or an infraction of a moral or social code; a transgression or a sin.

(4)

A transgression of law; a crime.

(5)

Something that outrages moral sensibilities:
Genocide is an offense to all civilized human beings.

(6)

[?f“μns”] The act of attacking or assaulting.

(7)

[?f“μns”] Sports

(8)

A team in possession of the ball or puck.

(9)

Scoring ability or potential.

(10)

The means or tactics used in an attempt to score points.

语源

(1)

Middle English

(2)

from Old French ofense

(3)

from Latin off?a [from feminine past participle of] offendere [to offend] * see offend

参考词汇

(1)

offense, crime, sin, error

(2)

These nouns are related in denoting a violation or an infraction of a moral, social, or legal code.

(3)

Offense applies most broadly:
The phrase between you and I is often considered an offense against proper usage.
Juveniles convicted of criminal offenses are sent to reformatories.

(4)

Crime refers both to an act committed or omitted in violation of—and punishable by—law and to a serious or grave offense:
“treason, bribery, or other high crimes and misdemeanors” (U.S. Constitution, Article II)
“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:
“The sins of the fathers are to be laid upon the children” (Shakespeare).
“The only deadly sin I know is cynicism” (Henry L. Stimson).

(5)

Error is departure from what is morally right; the term often suggests bad judgment or lack of awareness rather than willful violation:
“All men are liable to error; and most men are . . . under temptation to it” (John Locke).

英汉法学大词典

offense
n.犯法行为,犯罪

英汉航海大词典

offense
n.过错,攻击

英汉化学大词典

offense
n.过错,攻击,令人讨厌的事物,冒犯

英汉经贸大词典

offense
n.过错,攻击,令人讨厌的事物

英汉计算机大词典

offense
n.过错(攻击,令人讨厌的事物

英汉能源大词典

offense
n.过错,攻击,令人讨厌的事物

英汉水利大词典

offense
n.攻击,违反,违法

英汉心理学大词典

offense
犯罪

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