occupy


occupy
Synonyms and related words:
abide, absorb, absorb the attention, admit, adopt, amuse, appropriate, arrest, arrogate, assimilate, assume, attend to business, be enfeoffed of, be possessed of, be seized of, beguile, berth, bespread, boast, bunk, busy, capture, catch, charm, claim, cohabit, colonize, come uppermost, command, complete, comprehend, comprise, conquer, consume, contain, count in, cover, crawl with, creep with, devote, diffuse, distract, divert, domicile, domiciliate, dominate, doss down, dwell, eat up, embody, embrace, employ, enchant, encircle, enclose, encompass, engage, engage the attention, engage the mind, engage the thoughts, engross, engross the mind, engross the thoughts, enjoy, enslave, entertain, enthrall, envisage, exercise, extend over, extend throughout, fascinate, fill, fill in, fill out, fill the mind, fill up, garrison, grab, grip, hang out, have, have and hold, have in hand, have tenure of, hog, hold, hold spellbound, hold the interest, honeycomb, hypnotize, imbue, immerse, include, incorporate, indent, inhabit, interest, invade, involve, involve the interest, jump a claim, leave no void, leaven, live, lodge, make free with, make use of, mesmerize, mind the store, monopolize, monopolize the thoughts, move in, move into, nest, number among, obsess, obsess the mind, occupy the attention, occupy the mind, overrun, overspread, overswarm, pass the time, penetrate, people, perch, permeate, pervade, populate, possess, preempt, preoccupy, prepossess, receive, reckon among, reckon in, reckon with, remain, requisition, reside, room, roost, run through, seize, seize the mind, settle in, settle into, sit on, soak, spellbind, spend, spend the time, squat, squat on, stay, subjugate, suffuse, swarm with, take all of, take in, take into account, take into consideration, take it all, take over, take possession of, take up, teem with, tenant, transfuse, use up, usucapt, usurp

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  • Occupy D.C. — Occupy DC march of October 9, 2011 Occupy D.C. is a non partisan people s movement focused on spreading the ideas of Occupy Wall Street and Occupy Together in Washington, D.C.[1] The group has been demonstrating in McPherson Squa …   Wikipedia

  • occupy — oc‧cu‧py [ˈɒkjpaɪ ǁ ˈɑːk ] verb occupied PTandPP 1. [transitive] to use a particular building to live or work in: • a large computer company that occupies a building of some 60,000 sq ft occupier noun [countable] : • a tax payable by the… …   Financial and business terms

  • Occupy — Oc cu*py, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Occupied}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Occupying}.] [OE. occupien, F. occuper, fr.L. occupare; ob (see {Ob }) + a word akin to capere to take. See {Capacious}.] 1. To take or hold possession of; to hold or keep for use; to… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • occupy — I (engage) verb absorb, absorb the attention, absorb the mind, absorb the thoughts, address oneself to, amuse, apply oneself to, apply the attention to, apply the mind to, arrest the attention, attract the attention, attract the mind, attract the …   Law dictionary

  • Occupy — may refer to: Occupy movement, an international protest movement Occupation, referring either to a job or occupying a space See also All pages beginning with Occupy This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the same title …   Wikipedia

  • occupy — (v.) mid 14c., to take possession of, also to take up space or time, employ (someone), from O.Fr. occuper, from L. occupare take over, seize, possess, occupy, from ob over (see OB (Cf. ob )) + intensive form of capere to grasp, seize (see CAPABLE …   Etymology dictionary

  • occupy — [v1] be busy with absorb, amuse, attend, be active with, be concerned with, busy, divert, employ, engage, engross, entertain, fill, hold attention, immerse, interest, involve, keep busy, monopolize, preoccupy, soak, take up, tie up, utilize;… …   New thesaurus

  • Occupy — Oc cu*py, v. i. 1. To hold possession; to be an occupant. Occupy till I come. Luke xix. 13. [1913 Webster] 2. To follow business; to traffic. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • occupy — ► VERB (occupies, occupied) 1) live or have one s place of business in. 2) take control of (a place) by military conquest or settlement. 3) enter and stay in (a building) without authority. 4) fill or take up (a space, time or position). 5) keep… …   English terms dictionary

  • occupy — [äk′yo͞o pī΄, äk′yəpī΄] vt. occupied, occupying [ME occupien < OFr occuper < L occupare, to take possession of, possess < ob (see OB ) + capere, to seize: see HAVE] 1. to take possession of by settlement or seizure 2. to hold possession… …   English World dictionary

  • occupy — [[t]ɒ̱kjʊpaɪ[/t]] ♦♦ occupies, occupying, occupied 1) VERB The people who occupy a building or a place are the people who live or work there. [V n] There were over 40 tenants, all occupying one wing of the hospital... [V n] Land is, in most… …   English dictionary