Reoffend



verb (used with object)
1.
to irritate, annoy, or anger; cause resentful displeasure in:
Even the hint of prejudice offends me.
2.
to affect (the sense, taste, etc.) disagreeably.
3.
to violate or transgress (a criminal, religious, or moral law).
4.
to hurt or cause pain to.
5.
(in Biblical use) to cause to fall into sinful ways.
verb (used without object)
6.
to cause resentful displeasure; irritate, annoy, or anger:
a remark so thoughtless it can only offend.
7.
to err in conduct; commit a sin, crime, or fault.
verb (intransitive)
1.
to commit another offence
verb
1.
to hurt the feelings, sense of dignity, etc, of (a person)
2.
(transitive) to be disagreeable to; disgust: the smell offended him
3.
(intransitive except in archaic uses) to break (a law or laws in general)

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