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Offence meaning in Urdu

Offence Sentence

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Offence Definitions

1 of 4) Offence, Offense, Umbrage : برا منانا, ناراضگی : (noun) a feeling of anger caused by being offended.

Why do you take offence ?
Aapa do not take offence.+ More

2 of 4) Offence, Offense, Offensive : حملہ, جارحانہ : (noun) the action of attacking an enemy.

3 of 4) Offence, Discourtesy, Offense, Offensive Activity : جارح : (noun) a lack of politeness; a failure to show regard for others; wounding the feelings or others.

4 of 4) Offence, Crime, Criminal Offence, Criminal Offense, Law-Breaking, Offense : جرم : (noun) (criminal law) an act punishable by law; usually considered an evil act.

Useful Words


Accusation : الزام , Bridle : برا منانا , Mind : برا منانا , Enragement : اشتعال , Irascibility : بد اندیشی , Fury : طیش , Angry : ناراض , Indignation : شدید غصہ , Pleasantness : مرغوبیت , Bitterness : تعصب , Irate : غضے سے بھرپور , Abashed : شرمسار , Bristle : سخت ردعمل دینا , Hungry : بھوکا , Nauseated : متلی , Ballottement : تشخیص حمل کا ایک طریقہ , Feisty : جلدی ناراض ہوجانے والا , Inoffensive : بے ضرر , Forgiveness : بخشنا , Guilt : قصور , Complicit : جرم میں ساتھ دینے والا , Criminal : گناہ گار , Guiltily : مجرمانہ انداز سے , Angrily : غصے سے , Retaliation : بدلہ , Complicity : جرم میں شرکت داری , Convict : مجرم , Huffy : پاگل , Choleric : غضب ناک , Imputation : تہمت , Tact : سلیقہ

Useful Words Definitions


Accusation: an assertion that someone is guilty of a fault or offence.

Bridle: anger or take offense.

Mind: be offended or bothered by; take offense with, be bothered by.

Enragement: a feeling of intense anger.

Irascibility: a feeling of resentful anger.

Fury: a feeling of intense anger.

Angry: feeling or showing anger.

Indignation: a feeling of righteous anger.

Pleasantness: the feeling caused by agreeable stimuli; one pole of a continuum of states of feeling.

Bitterness: a feeling of deep and bitter anger and ill-will.

Irate: feeling or showing extreme anger.

Abashed: feeling or caused to feel uneasy and self-conscious.

Bristle: react in an offended or angry manner.

Hungry: feeling hunger; feeling a need or desire to eat food.

Nauseated: feeling nausea; feeling about to vomit.

Ballottement: a palpatory technique for feeling a floating object in the body (especially for determining the position of a fetus by feeling the rebound of the fetus after a quick digital tap on the wall of the uterus).

Feisty: quick to take offense.

Inoffensive: giving no offense.

Forgiveness: the act of excusing a mistake or offense.

Guilt: the state of having committed an offense.

Complicit: associated in crime or offense; having complicity.

Criminal: guilty of crime or serious offense.

Guiltily: in the manner of someone who has committed an offense.

Angrily: with anger.

Retaliation: action taken in return for an injury or offense.

Complicity: guilt as an accomplice in a crime or offense.

Convict: a person who has been convicted of a criminal offense.

Huffy: roused to anger.

Choleric: characterized by anger.

Imputation: a statement attributing something dishonest (especially a criminal offense).

Tact: consideration in dealing with others and avoiding giving offense.

Related Words


Evildoing : حکم عدولی , Capital Offense : انتہائی جرم , Cybercrime : انٹرنیٹ اور کمپیوٹر سے چوری کرنے کا عمل , Felony : سنگین جرم , Fraud : فریب , Highjack : اغواء , Military Operation : فوجی کارروائی , Counteroffensive : جوابی حملہ , Push Back : واپس آنے کا عمل , Behavior : چال چلن , Affront : توہین , Rebuff : انکار , Anger : غصہ


Offence in Book Titles


Driving Offences: Law, Policy and Practice.
Introduction to Road Traffic Offences.
No offence: the case for homosexual equality at law.
Time`s Arrow, Or, The Nature of the OffenceThe Tet Offensive: Intelligence Failure in War.

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