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VERB 居住，使用（建筑物或某地） The people who occupy a building or a place are the people who live or work there.
There were over 40 tenants, all occupying one wing of the hospital...
Land is, in most instances, purchased by those who occupy it.
V-PASSIVE 占用，使用（房间、座位等） If a room or something such as a seat is occupied, someone is using it, so that it is not available for anyone else.
The hospital bed is no longer occupied by his wife...
I saw three camp beds, two of which were occupied.
VERB 占领；占据；侵占 If a group of people or an army occupies a place or country, they move into it, using force in order to gain control of it.
U.S. forces now occupy a part of the country...
Alexandretta had been occupied by the French in 1918 after the defeat of Turkey.
VERB 担任（…职务）；居于（…地位） If someone or something occupies a particular place in a system, process, or plan, they have that place.
We occupy a quality position in the market place...
Men still occupy more positions of power than women.
VERB 使忙碌；使全神贯注 If something occupies you, or if you occupy yourself, your time, or your mind with it, you are busy doing that thing or thinking about it.
Her parliamentary career has occupied all of her time...
He hurried to take the suitcases and occupy himself with packing the car...
VERB 使从事；使关注；使花费时间 If something occupies you, it requires your efforts, attention, or time.
I had other matters to occupy me, during the day at least...
This challenge will occupy Europe for a generation or more.
VERB 占（空间或面积） If something occupies a particular area or place, it fills or covers it, or exists there.
Even quite small aircraft occupy a lot of space...
Bookshelves occupied most of the living room walls.
VERB 占，耗费（时间） If something such as a journey occupies a particular period of time, it takes that amount of time to complete.
She reached Karachi on Monday evening, the journey having occupied three days and nine hours.