Definición de occupation en inglés:

occupation

Silabificación: oc·cu·pa·tion
Pronunciación: /ˌäkyəˈpāSHən
 
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sustantivo

  • 2The action, state, or period of occupying or being occupied by military force: the Roman occupation of Britain the Nazi occupation
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • But the alternative to negotiating with him is continued military occupation of the territories in force.
    • The American military occupation of Japan lasted from August 1945 through April 1952.
    • The next stage of this process is the permanent military occupation of ‘buffer zones’ on the West Bank.
  • 2.1The action of entering and taking control of a building: the workers remained in occupation until October 16
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • The mainly Muslim workers have been in occupation since the closure was announced.
    • Another 20 workers remain in occupation of a nearby M & S branch.
    • As hundreds of Gama workers continued their 10-day occupation of Dublin building sites last night, the company again denied all allegations against it.
    Sinónimos
    conquest, capture, invasion, seizure, takeover, annexation, overrunning, subjugation, subjection, appropriation; colonization, rule, control, possession, suzerainty
  • 3The action or fact of living in or using a building or other place: a property suitable for occupation by older people
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Many families living in the borough are in need of more suitable homes and unlawful occupation is stopping them from moving.
    • One is a tax on property occupation, the other a supplementary tax on travel.
    • Several of the old concrete ramps between floors were removed and the floors were filled in to create additional space suitable for occupation.
    Sinónimos
    residence, residency, habitation, inhabitation, occupancy, tenancy, tenure, lease, living in, possession
    formal dwelling

Origen

Middle English: via Old French from Latin occupatio(n-), from the verb occupare (see occupy). sense 2 dates from the mid 16th century.

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