Definition of no offense in English:

no offense

phrase

informal
  • Do not be offended.

    • ‘He is, however - no offense, Mark - not the most charismatic guy around.’
    • ‘Kat, no offense or anything, but how do you think this works?’
    • ‘Well, no offense, but if that is the case, then I want my money back.’
    • ‘I'm not trying to be mean or anything, it's just that… well, no offense, but you suck.’
    • ‘Yes, I'd even say it has the edge over London - no offense of course.’
    • ‘There is such a thing as ‘bad’ poetry, and, no offense, but I've read a fair it of it on here.’
    • ‘And they're very raunchy and loud and that's just my opinion so, please, no offense.’
    • ‘He says, ‘Look, no offence, but I don't know you, I can't risk my story.’’
    • ‘This is just a gentle reminder of course, no offence.’
    • ‘It was a surprise to say the least - no offence to her or anything.’