- v.占领( occupy的过去式和过去分词 ); 使用; 使从事; 任职
The students occupied the Administration Block.
She occupied all his waking thoughts.
His seat had been occupied.
The invading troops are pulling out of the occupied area under international supervision.
All seats were occupied.
Is this seat occupied [ taken ]?
这个座位有人 吗 ?
The robins occupied their former nest.
He was occupied in translating an English novel.
She sometimes occupied her blank days with sewing.
He was occupied in writing letters.
Enemy troops occupied the country.
He occupied himself in collecting stamps.
These activities occupied most of her time.
They occupied the city without striking a blow.
The young couple are always occupied with endless whispers of love.
The statesman is much occupied with affairs of state.
Who occupied this house before it was let to us?
Only half of the rooms are occupied at the moment.
They distantly remember that the islands were the only part of Britain occupied during the war.
The bombing campaign appears aimed at cutting the supply lines between Germany and its army in occupied France.
Keep the brain occupied.
Alexandretta had been occupied by the French in 1918 after the defeat of Turkey.
The company rented the building, occupied part and sublet the rest.
I had forgotten all about it because I had been so occupied with other things.
It was Sergeant Miller'sintroduction to a crime which has occupied him for nearly nine years.
America conventionally attaches a rider to Israeli aid, to the effect that it must not be used in the occupied territories.
She reached Karachi on Monday evening, the journey having occupied three days and nine hours.
Bookshelves occupied most of the living room walls.
1. held or filled or in use;
"she keeps her time well occupied"
"the wc is occupied"
2. seized and controlled as by military invasion;
"the occupied countries of Europe"
3. resided in; having tenants;
"not all the occupied (or tenanted) apartments were well kept up"
4. having ones attention or mind or energy engaged;
"she keeps herself fully occupied with volunteer activities"
"deeply engaged in conversation"