Vietnamese English Dictionary

Tiếng Việt - English

xúc phạm in English:

1. insult

Let's have a contest. The side to come up with the worst insult wins.
you insulted me
There is no greater insult to life than premature ejaculation.
Don't you know he is enraged at your insult?
Walter was taken aback by John's cruel insult.
Ending up with being called a "measles exporting country" by the rest of the world, something that you could take as insult or truth.
but also a common insult meaning someone or something that isn't functioning properly
She made several insults about my friend's appearance.
Their offer was so low I took it as an insult
Lady Stark thought it might insult the royal family to seat a bastard in their midst.
to ​insult someone by not giving them any ​attention or ​treating them as if they are not ​important: I ​think she ​felt snubbed because Anthony hadn't ​bothered to ​introduce himself.
Nobody likes a hypocrite, and it's often used as an insult.
Little boy insulted important guest during yesterday's event
They’re insulting us by offering so little money.

2. insulting

Don't risk insulting your boss.
She could no longer put up with his insulting words.
The player was sent off for insulting the referee
The word fugusha ("disabled") might be insulting.
That is so insulting!
Jim wants whipping for insulting me.
Slanderous, defamatory, obscene, indecent, lewd, pornographic, violent, abusive, insulting, threatening and harassing comments are not tolerated.
Don't think that by insulting me you'll solve the fishermen's problems!
You can't offer such a low salary to someone who is so highly skilled - it's insulting.
I believe in free speech and the words complained of were not incitements to violence and were not abusive or insulting.
It is insulting not to answer someone's question.
How dare you insult me in front of my friends! an insulting remark
He keeps bullying me online by posting insulting comments under my photographs.
It is insulting not to give the people who are serving you your full attention.
Yes, in Osaka too we say "idiot" when we are insulting someone.

3. offend

Tom didn't mean to offend anyone.
This letter contains sensitive information that may offend some people.
So this doll has offended people
His marks about her family offended her
my brother unknowingly offended our neighbour
Allowing to carry on offending is an injustice to victims.
learn a conversation without offending anybody
Henry offended the local bigwig.
They'll be offended if you don't go to their wedding.
He offended the viewers by bad language. He was asked to leave the party after he offended Martha.
I didn’t want to offend her but I told her she looked about 45 and she’s only 38!
If a pile of dirty dishes offends you, you don't know how to complicate your life then.
They avoided saying anything that might offend their audience.
Its content offends the moral sensibilities of most readers.
No, Caesar, of course I wasn't offended!