Synonyms of 'inhabit'
to live or dwell inthe people who inhabit these islands
a small town peopled by workers and families
the couple who occupy the flat above mine
the native people who populate areas around the city
reside in, ,
The first British attempt to colonize Ireland was in the twelfth century.
take up residence in,
make your home in
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in the sense of colonize
to settle in (an area) as colonistsThe first British attempt to colonize Ireland was in the twelfth century.
in the sense of occupy
to live, stay, or work in (a house, flat, or office)the couple who occupy the flat above mine
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