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

The meaning of "Offender" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa The offenders are not strangers, but are usually their closest intimates.
Manifestations of anger suppression through somatic complaints and
psychological problems are more common among women than men.

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Q: O que significa multiple offender?
A: Someone who has committed and been convicted of more than one crime.
Q: O que significa offender?
A: an offender is someone who has committed an illegal act or a crime.
Q: O que significa He ordered the offenders to be taken away.?
A: It means that he told another person to take the people who did something wrong away from where they currently are. The offenders, the man, and who he is ordering are all in the same place.

I hope I helped.

Example sentences using "Offender"

Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com offender.
A: "he is a repeat offender"
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com Suspicious, unsmiling, severe, rigid, unpleasant, offender.
A: 1. The way he acted was very suspicious.
2. The teacher was sitting on her desk, sad and unsmiling,perhaps she was having a bad day.
3. Severe rains in the city resulted in flooding and landslides.
4. His face was rigid from the terror .

5. His visit felt unpleasant, as if he did not wanted to be there .

6. The homeless man was arrested this morning for being an offender.
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com offender.
A:

Offender is a person who offends.

He is a sex offender.

There are so many juvenile offenders in today’s society.

The offenders were removed from the courthouse and sent to jail.

The worst offenders/prisoners are housed in the state penitentiary.

Synonyms of "Offender" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre offender e delinquent ?
A: The offender is the person who did the ‘crime’ the bad act.

The delinquent is usually a teenager who is the offender of the bad act.
He is a juvenile delinquent.

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But delinquent can mean:

She was delinquent in paying her rent. (Didn’t pay on time)


Q: Qual é a diferença entre offender e thief ?
A: Thief es ladrón
Q: Qual é a diferença entre offender e criminal ?
A: Practically they mean the same thing, but are used in a different ways. Criminal is more commonly used like "She's a criminal", "He's a criminal", or "They are criminals." When using the word offender it's more common if you're talking about sex crimes such as "He's a sex offender." Hope this helps!☺
Q: Qual é a diferença entre offender e perpetrator ?
A: Perpetrator is used when the person is being accused of a crime. Offender can be used when discussing crime, but perpetrator always is associated with breaking the law/crime

Translations of "Offender"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (RU)? punish the offender until death.

I know this is probably false, so i wanted to ask how to say it correctly. ^^
A: Execute the offender.

It's a tricky one because we don't have capital punishment anymore!
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? the offenders who were in the prison try to find jobs and communicate with people after finishing their punishment
A: The offenders who were in the prison try to find employment and return to the society after the incarceration.

Other questions about "Offender"

Q:

Please let me know what verbs could be replaced with "target" here!
A: Focus, aim...ect
Q: 1. criminal offender
2. offender

What is the difference?

Which do you usually use?
(Or how do you usually say?)
A: Criminal offender is more commonly used, and you'd use this when describing someone who has committed a crime. The word 'offender' does not tell the listener if their actions were criminal and not used often.

However, for example, you introduced someone in the news as a 'criminal offender', to avoid repeating that term too much you could just call them 'offender' afterwards or by their surname.
Q: are you offender from me soa natural?
A: I think what you might be wanting to say is, "Are you offended by me?"
Q: Potential offenders are more likely to break laws if the punishment cannot outweigh the profits they gain. soa natural?
A: Good job this sounds really good!!

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