Hindi translation of 'occupy'
occupy /ˈɒkjʊpaɪ ˈऑक्युपाइ/
Word forms: occupies, occupying, occupied
1. transitive verb
The people who occupy a building or place are the people who live or work there.
The contract allows the buyer to work on the property, but not to occupy it.
occupy a building/floor
occupierWord forms: occupiers countable noun
दखल करने वाला व्यक्ति mn
कब्जा करने वाला व्यक्ति mn
...junk mail addressed to 'the occupier'.
2. passive verb
If something such as a seat is occupied, someone is using it, so that it is not available for anyone else.
पहले से प्रयुक्त होना
Two of the beds were occupied.
3. transitive verb
If something occupies you, or if you occupy yourself with it, you are busy doing it or thinking about it.
Her political career has occupied all of her time.
He occupied himself with packing the car.
I had been so occupied with other things.
4. transitive verb
If soldiers occupy 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.
5. transitive verb
If someone or something occupies a particular place in a system, process, or plan, they have that place.
Hussein occupied the post of Secretary General until 1963.
occupy a position
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Example Sentences Including 'occupy'
Servants soon become invisible to people who occupy a country.Kara Kush
And meanwhile, I'll check out George Nine and arrange to have you occupy a single cubicle.The Complete Stories Volume 2
That hole in his life moved in to occupy the centre of his being.Somewhere East of Life
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'occupy' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يَحْتَلُّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: ocupar
- Chinese: 占领
- Croatian: zauzeti
- Czech: obývat
- Danish: besætte
- Dutch: gebruiken veroveren
- European Spanish: ocupar
- Finnish: asua
- French: occuper
- German: bewohnen
- Greek: καταλαμβάνω
- Italian: occupare
- Japanese: 占める
- Korean: 점유하다
- Norwegian: bebo
- Polish: okupić okupować
- Portuguese: ocupar
- Romanian: a locui
- Russian: занимать территорию
- Spanish: ocupar
- Swedish: ockupera
- Thai: อาศัยอยู่ใน
- Turkish: oturmak belli bir adreste
- Ukrainian: орендувати
- Vietnamese: sống
Translation of occupy from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary