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2 Translation results for occupied in Spanish

adjective | verb

occupied adjective

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(edificio) ocupado, habitado; (baño) ocupado; (persona) ocupado, atareado; (territorio) ocupado, invadido

occupy verb

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occupied, has occupied, is occupying, occupies

Example sentences of
occupy verb

  • They have occupied the apartment for three years.
  • She occupies the house that her grandfather built 50 years ago.
  • They own another house that they occupy only three months out of the year.
  • They occupy the room next to ours.
  • This region was once almost completely occupied by forests.
  • Their house occupies a beautiful spot next to the ocean.
  • Much of our time is occupied by answering questions from our customers.
  • These questions have continued to occupy her mind.

Reverse translation for occupied

ocupado  (edificio)
ocupado  (baño)
ocupado  (persona)
atareado  - busy, overworked 
ocupado  (territorio)
ocupar  - to occupy, to take possession of, to hold (a position), to employ, to keep busy, to fill (space, time), to inhabit (a dwelling), to bother, to concern 
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