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  1. occupy

    • IPA[ˈäkyəˌpī]

    美式

    • v.
      reside or have one's place of business in (a building);fill or take up (a space or time)
    • verb: occupy, 3rd person present: occupies, gerund or present participle: occupying, past tense: occupied, past participle: occupied

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. reside or have one's place of business in (a building):

      the apartment she occupies in Manhattan

    • 2. fill or take up (a space or time):

      two long windows occupied almost the whole wall

    • 3. be situated in or at (a place or position in a system or hierarchy):

      on the corporate ladder, they occupy the lowest rungs

    • 4. hold (a position or job):

      a very different job from any that he had occupied before

    • 5. fill or preoccupy (the mind or thoughts):

      her mind was occupied with alarming questions

    • 6. keep (someone) busy and active:

      Sarah occupied herself taking the coffee cups over to the sink

    • 7. take control of (a place, especially a country) by military conquest or settlement:

      the region was occupied by Britain during World War I

    • 8. enter, take control of, and stay in (a building) illegally and often forcibly, especially as a form of protest:

      the workers occupied the factory

    • adj. (of a building, seat, etc.) being used by someone:

    • only the ground floor is fully occupied

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    • adj. (of a building, seat, etc.) being used by someone:

    • only the first floor is fully occupied

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    • v. occupy (a building) as one of a number of independent occupants or families, typically as tenants:

    • a house on the edge of London's East End multi-occupied by Jewish families in the 19th century

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    • v. occupy (a building) as one of a number of independent occupants or families, typically as tenants:

    • a house on the edge of London's East End multi-occupied by Jewish families in the 19th century

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    • adj. (of a building) occupied by a number of independent occupants or families, typically as tenants:

    • a multi-occupied house

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    • adj. (of a building) occupied by a number of independent occupants or families, typically as tenants:

    • a multi-occupied house

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    • adj. (of a house or apartment) used as a dwelling by the owner.

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    • adj. (of a house or apartment) used as a dwelling by the owner.

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    • IPA[ˈɒkjʊpʌɪ]

    英式

    • v.
      reside or have one's place of business in (a building):
    • the rented flat she occupies in Hampstead

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