English version

no offence

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishno offenceno offencespokenOFFEND used to tell someone that you hope that what you are going to say or do will not offend them No offense, but this cheese tastes like rubber. offence
Examples from the Corpus
no offenceBut it is not unlawful force, and the intruder is aware that it is not, and no offence is committed.So long as the defendant does not communicate his intention, he commits no offence.Unless the circumstances are such that he fears that violence is likely, no offence is committed.Any one of your tenants, Sir John, and I mean no offence, could be the assassin.No flowers, by request; no offence meant, and none taken.I've not spoken to a soul in the last fortnight, except for you - sorry, no offence meant.It was held that no offence was committed.There was no offence being committed.
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