occupy

All Verb Noun Adjective
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  • She had two sons and lived a quiet life occupied by her writing.
  • After returning to his native land he occupied himself with natural philosophy.
  • Of the occupied by the city, is green area, park and forest.
  • At the same time, they occupied areas in central and southern Italy.
  • They still occupy the same land located in what is now the village center.
  • Much of the country was occupied by German troops by the end of April.
  • Pieces are generally not permitted to move through a point occupied by another piece.
  • Any number of playing pieces may occupy the same space at the same time.
  • A player may not end his move on a square he already occupies.
  • However, its occupied area has been officially recognized as a regular neighborhood of the city.
  • Pieces may not move onto a square already occupied unless it attacks.
  • Despite this victory, however, David still occupied most of the north.
  • After six days fighting, they occupied the entire country.
  • This plain covers an area of, of which are occupied by the city itself.
  • During his time on Match Game he would occupy the bottom center seat.
  • It occupies the space previously used by platform four of the main line station.
  • Henry then sent an army to Scotland and occupied it.
  • Today, the museum continues to occupy part of one side, including the tower.
  • This brought with it that he was almost fully occupied in teaching the basic courses.
  • However, in certain circumstances residents may not own the land their homes occupy.
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Meaning of occupy

  • verb Live (in a certain place)
    She resides in Princeton, he occupies two rooms on the top floor
  • verb Occupy the whole of
    The liquid fills the container