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  • 1 Offence

    Crime: P. and V. δικία, ἡ, δκημα, τό.
    Sin: P. and V. μαρτία, ἡ, P. ἁμάρτημα, τό, πλημμέλημα, τό, V. ἐξαμαρτία, ἡ, ἀμπλκημα, τό; see Sin.
    Affront: P. and V. ὕβρις, ἡ, ὕβρισμα, τό.
    Odium: P. and V. φθόνος, ὁ, P. ἀπέχθεια, ἡ.
    Anger, indignation: P. ἀγανάκτησις, ἡ.
    Give offence to, v.: P. and V. πεχθνεσθαι (dat.); see Offend.
    Take offence: Ar. and P. γανακτεῖν.
    Take offence at: Ar. and P. γανακτεῖν (dat.), P. χαλεπῶς φέρειν (acc.), προσκρούειν (dat.), V. πικρῶς φέρειν (acc.).

    Woodhouse English-Greek dictionary. A vocabulary of the Attic language > Offence

  • 2 offence

    1) ((any cause of) anger, displeasure, hurt feelings etc: That rubbish dump is an offence to the eye.) προσβολή
    2) (a crime: The police charged him with several offences.) αξιόποινη πράξη,αδίκημα

    English-Greek dictionary > offence

  • 3 offence

    1) αδίκημα
    2) παράβαση
    3) προσβολή

    English-Greek new dictionary > offence

См. также в других словарях:

  • offence — BrE usually offense AmE noun 1 (C) an illegal action or a crime: Driving while drunk is a serious offence. | a parking offense (+ against): sexual offences against children | commit an offence (=do something that is an offence) | first offence… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • offence — of‧fence [əˈfens] , offense noun 1. [countable] LAW an illegal action or a crime: • The company was not aware that it was committing an offence. • It is an offence to sell alco …   Financial and business terms

  • offence — var of offense Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. offence …   Law dictionary

  • Offence — Of*fence , n. See {Offense}. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • offence — (n.) see OFFENSE (Cf. offense) …   Etymology dictionary

  • offence — (Brit.) of·fence || É™ fens n. attack; (Sports) side that pursues (rather than defends); misdeed; insult; state of being offended; transgression (also offense) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • offence — This is spelt ence in BrE, and offense in AmE …   Modern English usage

  • offence — (US offense) ► NOUN 1) an illegal act; a breach of a law or rule. 2) resentment or hurt. 3) the action of making a military attack. 4) N. Amer. the attacking team in a sport …   English terms dictionary

  • offence — [ə fens′] n. Brit. sp. of OFFENSE …   English World dictionary

  • offence — of|fence W3 BrE offense AmE [əˈfens] n 1.) an illegal action or a crime ▪ The possession of stolen property is a criminal offence. ▪ Punishment for a first offence is a fine. ▪ His solicitor said he committed the offence because he was heavily in …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • offence */*/*/ — UK [əˈfens] / US noun Word forms offence : singular offence plural offences 1) [countable] a crime or illegal activity for which there is a punishment motoring/firearms/public order offences criminal offence: Killing these animals is a criminal… …   English dictionary


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