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occupy
'ɑːkjəpaɪ
Main
English Definition
(动) As a verb
  1. Consume all of one's attention or time.
  2. March aggressively into another's territory by military force for the purposes of conquest and occupation.
  3. Require (time or space).
  4. Assume, as of positions or roles.
  5. Keep busy with.
  6. Live (in a certain place).
  7. Occupy the whole of.
  8. Occupy.
Hyphenationoc•cu•py
Part of Speech(动) verb
Matching Results
zhànto take possession of; to occupy; to take up
占用zhànyòngto occupy
占领zhànlǐngto occupy (a territory); to hold
占据zhànjùto occupy; to hold
忙碌mánglùbusy; bustling
从事cóngshìto go for; to engage in; to undertake; to deal with; to handle; to do
据有jùyǒuto occupy; to hold; to possess
占到zhàndàoto occupy
稳坐wěnzuòto occupy
占地zhàndìto take up space; to occupy (space)
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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