Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Offence"

The meaning of "Offence" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa no offence but?
A: "No offense but-" is the saying that people say when they are about to say something that might offend you. They say they mean no offense by what they say but 99% of the time, they are saying that on purpose to offend you-
Q: O que significa no offence?
A: Before I say what I'm about to say, I want you to know that I don't wanna hurt your feelings
Q: O que significa offence ?
A: Offense (American spelling) or offence (British spelling) is something you do wrong-break a law, or a rule of behavior, or insult someone.
"Your honor, this is my first offense. I am not a criminal."
"Everyone in the office is mad at you. What offense have you done?"
"I'm sorry, I did not mean any offense. I spoke without thinking."
And, as mentioned by BigDefense, it is the opposite of defense. Offense is being the aggressor, the side initiating the action in sports, etc.
Q: O que significa No offence.?
A: when u say something bad to other person but it was just a joke nothing serious so I say no offence.. so he won't mind what I just said
Q: O que significa no offence?
A: The correct spelling would be "no offense"

Example sentences using "Offence"

Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com

No offence .
A: No offence is used when you're say something that might offend the person you're talking to.
E.g. You're not good at football. No offence.
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com No offence.
A: “no offense” is usually said right before you say something that may sound rude or offensive to the person you are talking to. for example, “no offense, but your drawings are bad.” if you don’t take offense to it, you are usually supposed to reply with “none taken.” i hope this helped!
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com offence.
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Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com offence .
A: -No offense, but that doesn't look good.

-The football team is on offense.

-This is a federal offense.

Synonyms of "Offence" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre No offence e No hard feeling(s) ?
A: Examples:

No offense, but you arrived later than I expected.

I know you were not available this past weekend to meet up, no hard feelings.

No offense is normally used for something like 'saya tidak mau menyinggung kamu' but no hard feelings is for 'saya tidak marah pada kamu'

Semoga itu bantu 😎
Q: Qual é a diferença entre offence e crime ?
A: it can be but not always. Most of the time “offences” are dealt with in civil cases, and crimes are dealt with in criminal cases.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre offence e offense ?
A: “Offence” is the spelling they use in countries outside of the United States like Canada for example. “Offense” is the spelling they use in the United States.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre "no offence" e "no offense" ?
A: No difference although we use offence in English in the UK and offense is used in America.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre offence e crime ?
A: Offence and crime have the same meaning but offence doesn't have to mean breaking a law. It could also mean something disturbing. You can say "it is offensive when people chew with an open mouth" but it doesn't mean it is breaking the law.

Translations of "Offence"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? (No offence) Korean in this app get more chance to get answered of their questions, as an advantage of the rise of their own country pop culture.
A: Koreans on this app get more chances to get their questions answered, giving them an advantage to the rise of their country's pop culture.
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? No offence
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (RU)? I realized at once what offence I had given
A: If you are saying oh have offended someone then it would be "I realise Ive offended you/him/her/them" or "I didn't mean to cause offense"
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (RU)? no offence
A: No offence

Other questions about "Offence"

Q: no offence and no offense.I was wondering which one is correct.thanks.
A: No offense is the correct spelling.
Q: - What're you doing?
- I am pondering whether I should applaud you for having dared try to hit me or kill you for the offence
- I'd go for the first one if I were you but that's just my opinion
- It's your lucky day
soa natural?
A: - What're you doing?
- I am (wondering) if I should applaud you for (daring) to hit me or kill you for the (offense)
- I'd go for the first one if I were you but that's just my opinion
- It's your lucky day

Although you used pondering in the right context we often don't say the word 'ponder' out loud. It's more of an inward action. For example, "After i researched ticket prices to France, I pondered if i could afford the trip."
Q: No offence, but you don,t look very much like a Princess to me. soa natural?
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Q: 1. No offence, but have you ever thought about cutting your hair?

2. No offence, but have you ever thought about practicing your dance?

3. No offense, but have you ever stopped to think about getting a job?

4. No offense, but did you ever stop to think about telling the truth?

5. No offense, but have you ever stopped to think about how rude you were? soa natural?
A: They all sound natural and they’re kind of funny in a rude way because what they're saying is bound to insult people (except for maybe #1).

#3 is natural only if someone has a particular dance or dance routine, such as a ballerina or a person performing a dance in a show. Otherwise, people don’t have “a dance.” (It’s similar to asking “…have you ever thought about practicing your song?”) If you are referring to how the person dances generally, you’d say “…have you ever thought about practicing your dancing?”
Q: No offence, just curious. soa natural?
A: It's extra polite this way! This is good if you are not sure if the question is rude. :)

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