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occupied
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Having ones attention or mind or energy engaged.
  2. Resided in; having tenants.
  3. Held or filled or in use.
  4. Seized and controlled as by military invasion.
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被占有bèi zhànyǒube occupied; to hand
占用zhànyòngto occupy
据有jùyǒuto occupy; to hold; to possess
占到zhàndàoto occupy
稳坐wěnzuòto occupy
占据zhànjùto occupy; to hold
占领zhànlǐngto occupy (a territory); to hold
占地zhàndìto take up space; to occupy (space)
zhànto take possession of; to occupy; to take up
有人yǒurénsomeone; people; anyone; there is someone there; occupied (as in restroom)
chǔ(same as U+8655 ) to dwell; to abide in; to stay on; to be at rest in; to occupy, a place; an office; a department
占有zhànyǒuto have; to own; to hold; to occupy; to possess; to account for (a high proportion etc)
according to; to act in accordance with; to depend on; to seize; to occupy
lǐngto lead; to guide; to occupy
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