offense

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} suç

Tüm insanlık suçları sevgiden yoksunluğun bir sonucudur. - All human offenses are the result of a lack of love.

Onun çöp suçu nedeniyle, o 10 saat toplum hizmeti yapmak zorunda kaldı. - Due to his littering offense, he was forced to 10 hours community service.

(Askeri) SUÇ, KABAHAT: Kanunlara ve konulmuş esaslara aykırı olarak yapılan hareket
kusur
{i} saldırı, hücum, tecavüz
darılmak

Darılmak yok, Tom ama sen bunun için hazır değilsin. - No offense, Tom, but you're not ready for this.

incitme
(Spor) hücum
(Spor) ofans
darılma

Darılmak yok, Tom ama sen bunun için hazır değilsin. - No offense, Tom, but you're not ready for this.

kabahat
bkz.offence
(Askeri) Taaruz, suç
{i} spor ofans, hücum
{i} saldırı

Saldırının büyüklüğünden habersizdi. - He was unaware of the enormity of the offense.

En iyi savunma iyi bir saldırıdır. - The best defense is a good offense.

{i} kırılma
{i} kâlbini kırma
{i} tecâvüz
{i} gücenme
incinme
commit an offense
suç işlemek
take offense
alınmak
offense being charged
(Kanun) isnad edilen suç
offense committed by soldier
(Kanun) askerin işlediği suç
offense committed on aircraft
(Kanun) uçakta işlenen suç
offense of breaking into house
(Kanun) haneye tecavüz suçu
offense of libel
(Kanun) hakaret suçu
offense of slander
(Kanun) sövme suçu
offense of threat
(Kanun) tehdit suçu
offense of unfair competition
(Kanun) haksız rekabet suçu
offense related to copyright
(Kanun) telif hakkına dair suç
no offense
kusura bakmayın
offence
{i} tecâvüz
take offense
gücenmek
commit a serious offense
ağır suç işlemek
commit an offense
(Kanun) cürüm işlemek
offence
hücum
offence
dargınlık
offence
gücendirme
offence
hakaret
offence
töhmet
offence
cürüm
offence
incitme
offence
kabahat
offence
darılmak
offence
kusur
offence
suç

Sami bir suç işlemişti. - Sami committed an offence.

Böyle bir suç ceza ve / veya hapis ile cezalandırılır. - Such an offence is punished by a fine and/or imprisonment.

offence
kırma
offence
saldırı
offence
yasaya aykırı davranış
No offense!
Gücenmek yok!/Alınmak yok!
an offense
suç
criminal offense
suç
get mad off offense
hakaretlere aşırı tepki göstermek
sex offense
cinsel suç
specific offense
Özel suç
the offense
suç
No offense
Gücenmek yok!/Alınmak yok! no respecter of persons kişilere rütbesine göre değer vermeyen kimse
balanced offense
(Spor) dengelenmiş hücum düzeni
be slow to take offense
alıngan olmamak
be slow to take offense
alınmamak
continuing offense
(Kanun) mütemadi suç
criminal offense
cezayı gerektiren suç
give offense
kırmak
give offense
darıltmak
give offense
gücendirmek
lesser offense
hafif suç
major offense
büyük suç
military offense
askeri suç
minor offense
hafif suç
multiple offense
(Spor) çoklu hücum
no offense
darılmak yok

Darılmak yok, Tom ama sen bunun için hazır değilsin. - No offense, Tom, but you're not ready for this.

no offense
gücenmek yok
not to take offense
kusuruna bakmamak
offence
ofans
offence
{i} kırılma
offence
i., İng., bak. offense
offence
{i} kâlbini kırma
offence
saldırı/hakaret/suç
offence
{i} gücenme
petty offense
küçük suç
status offense
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) statü suçu
swift to take offense
aşırı alıngan
swift to take offense
alıngan
take offense
gücenmek, darılmak, incinmek; alınmak
take offense
ağırına gitmek
take offense
darılmak
take offense at
-e kızmak, -e gücenmek
time of offense
(Kanun) suçun işlenme zamanı
traffic offense
trafik suçu
trial of offense
(Kanun) suçun yargılaması
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
The state of being offended or displeased; anger; displeasure
The act of offending; a crime or sin; an affront or injury
(often IPA: /ˈɒ fɛns/) A strategy and tactics employed when in position to score; contrasted with defense
(often IPA: /ˈɒ fɛns/) The portion of a team dedicated to scoring when in position to do so; contrasted with defense
a feeling of anger caused by being offended; "he took offence at my question"
{n} a crime, fault, injury, disgust, affront
a crime or a sin, an affront or an injury
The act of offending in any sense; esp
The team with the ball; the offense attempts to run or pass the ball across the defense's goal line
the team that has the ball and is trying to score
A team's attempt to score goals or the team with possession of the ball
The team at bat Any member of the team at bat
Attacking other sides to reduce their biomass and increase your fraction
{i} attack; (Sports) side that pursues (rather than defends); misdeed; insult; state of being offended; transgression (also offence)
A cause or occasion of stumbling or of sin
A strategy and tactics employed when in position to score; contrasted with defense
1 Any violation of law for which a penalty is prescribed, including both felonies and misdemeanors
(also see forwards and midfielders) The team having possession of the ball
To be on the attack
Offense relates to those elements which will make it possible for a deck to win There are currently a number of ways to win a game of Magic -- reduce your opponent's life to zero, give your opponent ten poison counters, run your opponent out of cards in the library, win a concession, win by adjudication (i e , be ahead in life when time is called), win via your opponent using Final Fortune, win via the Amulet of Quoz, etc Of all of these ways, only two -- killing your opponent and running him out of cards -- are serious strategies at this time
The team having control of the ball, trying to score a goal The team considered as the "offense " In the case of a "free" ball, then it would be the team last having possesion of the ball
A breach or breaking of a criminal law, either felony or misdemeanor
a lack of politeness; a failure to show regard for others; wounding the feelings or others
the function of trying to score goals
the action of attacking an enemy
the action of attacking an enemy the team that has the ball (or puck) and is trying to score
1 the strategic plan or attack by the opponents An offensive play or bid is considered to be an aggressive move as opposed to the defensive play or bid The term applies to all bridge players at the table 2 a breach of the Laws
The portion of a team dedicated to scoring when in position to do so; contrasted with defense
Conduct for which a person may be sentenced to a fine or jail This is a very broad term and includes felonies, misdemeanors, violations and infractions
Committing an act that is against the law, whether federal, state or municipal A juvenile who is suspected of committing an offense will most likely be taken to the city police department, the sheriff's office or to JIAC During this procedure they may be searched, handcuffed, fingerprinted and, if suspected of a felony, will be photographed
the team that has the ball (or puck) and is trying to score
see offence. the usual American spelling of offence. the part of a game such as American football, which is concerned with getting points and winning, or the group of players who do this   defense
the team with possession of the ball
An act that violates the law (see Crime, Public Offense)
A team or member of a team whose chief responsibility it is to attack and score points Also, the technique or method of attack
a crime less serious than a felony
offense against morality
violation of the laws meant to uphold moral standards (generally a sexual offense)
capital offense
A crime for which the maximum penalty is capital punishment
capital offense
A crime for which the maximum penalty is life in prison without parole
hanging offense
Alternative spelling of hanging offence
lesser included offense
a crime the elements of which coincide with the elements of a more serious crime, from which the prosecutor is therefore precluded from separately charging a criminal defendant

Example: A robbery is an assault combined with a theft; a person can not be criminally charged with both the robbery and the assault that occurred during the robbery; the assault is a lesser included offense.

no offense
I intend no offense by these remarks
offence
The state of being offended or displeased; anger; displeasure
offence
The portion of a team dedicated to scoring when in position to do so; contrasted with defence
offence
A strategy and tactics employed when in position to score; contrasted with defence
offence
The act of offending; a crime or sin; an affront or injury
primary offense
The most serious offence of a group of offenses that a person committed at the same time, or is charged with committing at the same time
primary offense
An offence of such seriousness that a police officer may arrest the person involved, or impose an instant fine
shotgun offense
An offense in which the quarterback sets up at a distance behind the center and the ball is snapped through the air
take offense
To feel (and usually to show) resentment at another's actions or words
token offense
The meaningless, minimal offense shown by an athlete or team while they are being dominated by an opponent
offenseless
{a} inoffensive, innocent, harmless
capital offense
a crime so serious that capital punishment is considered appropriate
capital offense
crime which is punishable by the death sentence
commission of offense
perpetration of transgression of the law, execution of crime
commit an offense
commit a crime, violate the law
committed a serious offense
committed a serious crime, grossly violated a law
criminal offense
act committed or omitted in violation of a law
disciplinary offense
breach of a code of conduct, violation of a code of behavior
flagrant offense
criminal act which prohibits the offender from ever entering civil service
give offense
offend, insult, hurt the feelings of
military offense
violation of a military law
minor offense
misdemeanor, crime which is not serious
offence
A crime
offence
The act of offending in any sense; esp
offence
Français : Infraction Deutsch : Übertretung
offence
formulae Some people say `no offence' to make it clear that they do not want to upset you, although what they are saying may seem rather rude. Dad, you need a bath. No offence
offence
The spelling offense is used in American English
offence
What you never can be sure of whether the other person has taken or not when you tell that joke about the three Nuns and the flasher
offence
{i} attack; (Sports) side that pursues (rather than defends); misdeed; insult; state of being offended; transgression (also offense)
offence
If someone takes offence at something you say or do, they feel upset, often unnecessarily, because they think you are being rude to them. She never takes offence at anything Never had she seen him so tense, so quick to take offence as he had been in recent weeks
offence
a crime less serious than a felony
offence
the action of attacking an enemy
offence
the team that has the ball (or puck) and is trying to score
offence
a lack of politeness; a failure to show regard for others; wounding the feelings or others
offence
A breach of a rule of law, usually a minor rule or a rule of statutory law Cf crime
offence
A cause or occasion of stumbling or of sin
offence
a feeling of anger caused by being offended; "he took offence at my question"
offence
Alternate spelling of offense
offence
a crime or a sin, an affront or an injury
offence
An offence is a crime that breaks a particular law and requires a particular punishment. Thirteen people have been charged with treason -- an offence which can carry the death penalty In Britain the Consumer Protection Act makes it a criminal offence to sell goods that are unsafe
offence
Offence or an offence is behaviour which causes people to be upset or embarrassed. The book might be published without creating offense Privilege determined by birth is an offence to any modern sense of justice
offences
plural of offence
offenseless
Unoffending; inoffensive
offenseless
incapable of offending or attacking
offenseless
{s} not insulting; not offensive; not violating (the law); powerless to attack
offenses
plural of offense
penal offense
criminal offense, crime which can be punished
premeditated offense
crime which was planned in advance
prescription of the offense
end of the period during which is it possible to bring someone to trial for a crime (Law)
serious offense
heinous crime, serious crime, heavy offense, offense which bears a heavy punishment
sex offense
A sex crime
sexual offense
crime of having illegal sexual relations (i.e. rape, incest, etc.)
statutory offense
crimes created by statutes and not by common law
statutory offense
crime according to the law
statutory offense
A legal offense declared by statute
take offense
be insulted, be offended
the best defense is a good offense
the best way to defend oneself is to be active; the best way to keep the other side from winning is to be aggressive; attack is the best form of defense
the best defense is offense
best way to protect oneself is being active
traffic offense
violation of the road rules, moving violation, violation of traffic laws
wiretapping offense
violation of listening in, eavesdropping violation
Турецкий язык - Английский Язык
crime
fellony
offense
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