- v.像动物一样蹲下( squat的现在分词 ); 非法擅自占用（土地或房屋）; 为获得其所有权; 而占用某片公共用地。;
They earn their living by squatting the land and sharecropping.
You can't simply wander around squatting on other people's property.
They ended up squatting in the empty houses on Oxford Road.
They've been squatting in an apartment for the past two years.
Squatting down, the two of them started to have a chat.
I want to hear all about that squatting you did.
In the trucks little yellow men in shabby greenish uniforms were squatting, jammed close together.
They went on calmly squatting in their golden pipes and didn't react at all.
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Her only worry was Herb , who had become more unmanageable than ever since the squatting.
The more extreme assertions about squatting - that it prevents cancer, for example - remain untested.
This old man is also blunt, squatting inside the seat being.
The tiger was left squatting below and glaring upwards.
A large family has been squatting in the empty house.
But squatting toilet seat is not for everybody.
Horizontal and vertical boiler boiler is the invention of the Europeans, squatting boiler is my invention.
1. exercising by repeatedly assuming a squatting position; strengthens the leg muscles
2. the act of assuming or maintaining a squatting position