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 Translation for 'offense' from English to Russian
NOUN   an offense | offenses
SYNO crime | criminal offence | criminal offense | ...
военно
наступление {с}
offense [Am.]
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Translation for 'offense' from English to Russian

offense [Am.]
наступление {с}военно
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Usage Examples English
  • The offense was still plagued with 42 total turnovers, but ranking 6th in total offense, and scoring 352 points.
  • The Coryell offense attacked vertically through seams, while the West Coast offense moved laterally as much as vertically through angles on curl and slant routes.
  • The defense limited the Bear offense to a mere 182 yards of total offense.
  • A Level 2 segment is submitted for each offense and provides details on the offense such as the UCR offense code, whether or not the offense was completed, the location type, number of premises entered (only valid for burglaries), type of criminal activity and the type of weapon or force used in the crime.
  • There are 43 offense levels. The offense level of a defendant is determined by looking up the offense in Chapter 2 and applying any applicable adjustments.

  • On offense, Tony Dungy's strategy involved a conservative, ball-control offense based primarily around running the ball and short, high-percentage passes when he was at Tampa Bay.
  • At SFU, he turned around offense from being ranked last in Great Northwest Athletic Conference (in 2011) to first place in total offense, passing offense and scoring offense in 2012.
  • The West Coast Offense is an offense that focuses on ball control and short passes.
  • Effective July 2, 2009, anyone convicted of a DUI, whether it be a first offense or a subsequent offense, will be required to have an ignition interlock device placed on their car — for 18 months for first time offense.
  • In American football, the West Coast offense is an offense that places a greater emphasis on passing than on running.

  • (b) Preventing the commission by another of any offense, commits a petty offense.
  • In Wisconsin, a municipal offense or ordinance offense or civil offense or noncriminal offense or municipal infraction or infraction is the infringement of a city ordinance.
  • If the offender also commits a fresh offense, then the court, apart from sentencing the offender for the new offense, should also punish the offender for the original offense.
  • FGM is punishable as a criminal offense under Norwegian law even if the offense is committed abroad.
  • The 11–1 Toreros' offense led the NCAA Division I-AA in many statistical categories, including passing offense (293.3 ypg), total offense (494.25 ypg), and scoring offense (42.83 ppg).

  • Statistics site Football Outsiders calculated that the Patriots 2010 offense was not only more efficient, play-for-play, than their record-setting 2007 offense, but was actually the best offense they calculated in their history.
  • Under Johnson, VMI's offense ranked fifth in the nation in total offense in 1990 and first in rushing offense in 1991.
  • for the first offense, [...] for the second offense, and [...] for the third offense plus suspension of his or her driving license for three months.
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