occupy

listen to the pronunciation of occupy
Englisch - Türkisch
meşgul etmek
{f} işgal etmek

Göçmenler dünyadaki en huzurlu insanlardır. Onlara ait olmayan bir toprağı işgal etmek için binlerce mil geçerler ve eğer vahşi yerli değillerse kimseyi öldürmezler. - The settlers are the most peaceful people in the world. They cross thousands of miles to occupy a land that doesn't belong to them and they never kill anyone if they're not a savage native.

{f} (ev, bina, oda v.b.'nde) oturmak
kapla
işgal altında tutmak
olmak
zamanını almak
işgal etmek (yer)
zapt etmek
zaptetmek
doldurmak
-de oturmak
{f} almak (zaman)
x meşgul et/tut/işgal et
işgal et,kapla
{f} tutmak
{f} meşgul etmek; (zamanını) almak
{f} oturmak
{f} belirli
{f} (koltuk, masa v.b.'nde) oturmak; (yatakta) yatmak
be occupied with ile meşgul olmak
meydana gelmek
zaman almak
ele geçirmek
occupied
{s} meşgul

Ev işleri ile meşgul oldu. - She was occupied with household work.

Odaların hepsi meşguldü. - The rooms are all occupied.

occupy one's mind
zihnini meşgul etmek
occupy a place
yer tutmak
occupy a place
yer işgal etmek
occupy a place
yer kaplamak
occupy oneself with
ile iştigal etmek
occupy the agenda
gündemi meşgul etmek
occupy with
meşgul etmek
occupy a post
görevde bulunmak
occupy with
meşgul ol
occupy a strategic place
Önemli bir yere sahip olmak,işgal etmek
occupy to
için işgal
occupy oneself
meşgul olmak
occupied
dolu

Tüm apartmanlar doludur. - All the apartments are occupied.

occupied
bağlanmak
occupier
sakin
occupier
bir yerde oturan kimse
occupier
işgalciye
occupying
İşgalci, işgal eden
occupier
işgal eden
occupier
kullanan
occupier
oturan
occupier
sakin/işgalci
right to occupy
(Politika, Siyaset) oturma hakkı
right to occupy
(Politika, Siyaset) ikamet etme hakkı
to occupy
(Hukuk) işgal etmek

Göçmenler dünyadaki en huzurlu insanlardır. Onlara ait olmayan bir toprağı işgal etmek için binlerce mil geçerler ve eğer vahşi yerli değillerse kimseyi öldürmezler. - The settlers are the most peaceful people in the world. They cross thousands of miles to occupy a land that doesn't belong to them and they never kill anyone if they're not a savage native.

Englisch - Englisch
: To conquer somewhere

The Germans occupied the Channel Islands.

: To hold the attention of

I occupied her friend while he made his proposal.

: To fill or hold a position

I occupy the post of deputy cat catcher.

To place the theodolite or total station at (a point)
: To fill either time or space

The film occupied three hours of my time.

: To live or reside in

With fresh material, taxonomic conclusions are leavened by recognition that the material examined reflects the site it occupied; a herbarium packet gives one only a small fraction of the data desirable for sound conclusions. Herbarium material does not, indeed, allow one to extrapolate safely: what you see is what you get.

To cohabit, to have sexual intercourse with. (Reference: Sidney J. Baker, The Australian Language, second edition, 1966.)

1590s: God's light, these villains will make the word as odious as the word 'occupy;' which was an excellent good word before it was ill sorted — William Shakespeare, ''Henry VI, Part 2, II.iv .

{f} inhabit, live in; fill, take up; engage, keep busy
{v} to hold, use, possess, employ, follow
The people who occupy a building or a place are the people who live or work there. There were over 40 tenants, all occupying one wing of the hospital Land is, in most instances, purchased by those who occupy it
If a group of people or an army occupies 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 the occupied territories
To hold the attention of
To fill or hold a position
keep busy with; "She busies herself with her butterfly collection"
To fill either time or space
be present in; be inside of
live (in a certain place) occupy the whole of; "The liquid fills the container
To follow business; to traffic
If someone or something occupies a particular place in a system, process, or plan, they have that place. Men still occupy more positions of power than women. = hold
If something occupies you, it requires your efforts, attention, or time. I had other matters to occupy me, during the day at least This challenge will occupy Europe for a generation or more
To hold possession; to be an occupant
march aggressively into another's territory by military force for the purposes of conquest and occupation; "Hitler invaded Poland on September 1, 1939"
To possess or use the time or capacity of; to engage the service of; to employ; to busy
If something occupies a particular area or place, it fills or covers it, or exists there. Even quite small aircraft occupy a lot of space Bookshelves occupied most of the living room walls. = take up
engage or engross wholly; "Her interest in butterflies absorbs her completely"
If something occupies you, or if you occupy yourself, your time, or your mind with it, you are busy doing that thing or thinking about it. Her parliamentary career has occupied all of her time He hurried to take the suitcases and occupy himself with packing the car I would deserve to be pitied if I couldn't occupy myself. + occupied oc·cu·pied Keep the brain occupied I had forgotten all about it because I had been so occupied with other things
live (in a certain place)
If a room or something such as a seat is occupied, someone is using it, so that it is not available for anyone else. The hospital bed is no longer occupied by his wife I saw three camp beds, two of which were occupied. vacant, free
To cohabit, to have sexual intercourse with
To do business in; to busy one's self with
To live or reside in
To have sexual intercourse with
occupy the whole of; "The liquid fills the container"
be on the mind of; "I worry about the second Germanic consonant"
To conquer somewhere
To use; to expend; to make use of
To take or hold possession of; to hold or keep for use; to possess
To hold, or fill, the dimensions of; to take up the room or space of; to cover or fill; as, the camp occupies five acres of ground
as of time or space; "It took three hours to get to work this morning"; "This event occupied a very short time"
{f} seize, conquer; hold, control
occupy a position
fill a position, hold a job
occupy the mind
be on the mind, be in one's thoughts
occupied
subjugated, under the control of a foreign military presence
occupied
busy, unavailable
occupied
Simple past tense and past participle of occupy
occupied
reserved, engaged
occupier
One who occupies, particularly with respect to a foreign government controlling the territory of another
occupier
{n} one who occupies, one who possesses
To occupy
occupate
occupied
past of occupy
occupied
{s} conquered, seized; filled, taken up; in use (about a bathroom); inhabited, populated; absorbed, engrossed
occupied
resided in; having tenants; "not all the occupied (or tenanted) apartments were well kept up"
occupied
held or filled or in use; "she keeps her time well occupied"; "the wc is occupied"
occupied
Reserved
occupied
having ones attention or mind or energy engaged; "she keeps herself fully occupied with volunteer activities"; "deeply engaged in conversation"
occupied
seized and controlled as by military invasion; "the occupied countries of Europe"
occupied
seized and controlled as by military invasion; "the occupied countries of Europe
occupier
a member of a military force who is residing in a conquered foreign country
occupier
{i} someone or something that occupies; resident; tenant; conqueror
occupier
The occupier of a house, flat, or piece of land is the person who lives or works there. see also owner-occupier. = occupant
occupier
One who follows an employment; hence, a tradesman
occupier
One who occupies, or has possession
occupier
someone who lives at a particular place for a prolonged period or who was born there
occupiers
plural of occupier
occupying
present participle of occupy
occupy
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