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opensa : offense (n.)
[ Etymology: Spanish: ofensa: offence ]
Synonyms: opensiba

Derivatives of opensa

n. (act)1. discourtesy, offence, offense, offensive activitya lack of politeness; a failure to show regard for others; wounding the feelings or others.
~ behavior, conduct, doings, behaviourmanner of acting or controlling yourself.
~ derision, ridiculethe act of deriding or treating with contempt.
~ indelicacyan impolite act or expression.
~ insolencean offensive disrespectful impudent act.
~ affront, insulta deliberately offensive act or something producing the effect of deliberate disrespect.; "turning his back on me was a deliberate insult"
~ presumptiona kind of discourtesy in the form of an act of presuming.; "his presumption was intolerable"
~ rebuff, slighta deliberate discourteous act (usually as an expression of anger or disapproval).
n. (feeling)2. offence, offense, umbragea feeling of anger caused by being offended.; "he took offence at my question"
~ anger, ire, cholera strong emotion; a feeling that is oriented toward some real or supposed grievance.
n. (act)3. crime, criminal offence, criminal offense, law-breaking, offence, offense(criminal law) an act punishable by law; usually considered an evil act.; "a long record of crimes"
~ evildoing, transgressionthe act of transgressing; the violation of a law or a duty or moral principle.; "the boy was punished for the transgressions of his father"
~ barratrythe offense of vexatiously persisting in inciting lawsuits and quarrels.
~ capital offensea crime so serious that capital punishment is considered appropriate.
~ cybercrimecrime committed using a computer and the internet to steal a person's identity or sell contraband or stalk victims or disrupt operations with malevolent programs.
~ felonya serious crime (such as murder or arson).
~ forgerycriminal falsification by making or altering an instrument with intent to defraud.
~ fraudintentional deception resulting in injury to another person.
~ had crime(Islam) serious crimes committed by Muslims and punishable by punishments established in the Koran.; "Had crimes include apostasy from Islam and murder and theft and adultery"
~ highjack, hijackseizure of a vehicle in transit either to rob it or divert it to an alternate destination.
~ mayhemthe willful and unlawful crippling or mutilation of another person.
~ infraction, misdemeanor, misdemeanour, violation, infringementa crime less serious than a felony.
~ perpetration, committal, commissionthe act of committing a crime.
~ attempt, attackthe act of attacking.; "attacks on women increased last year"; "they made an attempt on his life"
~ tazir crime(Islam) minor crimes committed by Muslims; crimes that are not mentioned in the Koran so judges are free to punish the offender in any appropriate way.; "in some Islamic nations Tazir crimes are set by legislation"
~ regulatory offence, regulatory offense, statutory offence, statutory offensecrimes created by statutes and not by common law.
~ thuggeryviolent or brutal acts as of thugs.
~ high treason, lese majesty, treasona crime that undermines the offender's government.
~ vice crimea vice that is illegal.
~ victimless crimean act that is legally a crime but that seem to have no victims.; "he considers prostitution to be a victimless crime"
~ war crimea crime committed in wartime; violation of rules of war.
~ criminal lawthe body of law dealing with crimes and their punishment.
~ abduct, kidnap, nobble, snatchtake away to an undisclosed location against their will and usually in order to extract a ransom.; "The industrialist's son was kidnapped"
~ shanghai, impresstake (someone) against his will for compulsory service, especially on board a ship.; "The men were shanghaied after being drugged"
~ commandeer, highjack, hijack, piratetake arbitrarily or by force.; "The Cubans commandeered the plane and flew it to Miami"
~ skyjacksubject an aircraft to air piracy.; "the plane was skyjacked to Uzbekistan"
~ carjacktake someone's car from him by force, usually with the intention of stealing it.; "My car was carjacked last night!"
~ extortobtain through intimidation.
~ blackmailobtain through threats.
~ scalpsell illegally, as on the black market.
~ bootlegsell illicit products such as drugs or alcohol.; "They were bootlegging whiskey"
~ black market, rundeal in illegally, such as arms or liquor.
~ fob off, foist off, palm offsell as genuine, sell with the intention to deceive.
~ pushsell or promote the sale of (illegal goods such as drugs).; "The guy hanging around the school is pushing drugs"
~ black marketeerdeal on the black market.
~ pyramiduse or deal in (as of stock or commercial transaction) in a pyramid deal.
~ ransom, redeemexchange or buy back for money; under threat.
~ trafficdeal illegally.; "traffic drugs"
~ rustle, lifttake illegally.; "rustle cattle"
~ shopliftsteal in a store.
~ stick up, hold uprob at gunpoint or by means of some other threat.
~ mugrob at gunpoint or with the threat of violence.; "I was mugged in the streets of New York last night"
~ piratecopy illegally; of published material.
~ plagiarise, plagiarize, lifttake without referencing from someone else's writing or speech; of intellectual property.
~ cribtake unauthorized (intellectual material).
~ bribe, grease one's palms, buy, corruptmake illegal payments to in exchange for favors or influence.; "This judge can be bought"
~ rake offtake money from an illegal transaction.
~ buy off, pay offpay someone with influence in order to receive a favor.
~ loot, plundertake illegally; of intellectual property.; "This writer plundered from famous authors"
~ smuggleimport or export without paying customs duties.; "She smuggled cigarettes across the border"
~ kick backpay a kickback; make an illegal payment.
n. (group)4. offence, offensethe team that has the ball (or puck) and is trying to score.
~ team, squada cooperative unit (especially in sports).
n. (act)5. offence, offense, offensivethe action of attacking an enemy.
~ military operation, operationactivity by a military or naval force (as a maneuver or campaign).; "it was a joint operation of the navy and air force"
~ counteroffensivea large scale offensive (more than a counterattack) undertaken by a defending force to seize the initiative from an attacking force.
~ dirty waran offensive conducted by secret police or the military of a regime against revolutionary and terrorist insurgents and marked by the use of kidnapping and torture and murder with civilians often being the victims.; "thousands of people disappeared and were killed during Argentina's dirty war in the late 1970s"
~ push back, rollbackthe act of forcing the enemy to withdraw.