A job or profession
his father's occupation
A private road for the use of the occupiers of certain land.
A bridge for the use of the occupiers of land, as one connecting parts of a farm, etc., separated by a canal or railway.
An establishment where occupational therapy is practised or where mentally handicapped people are trained or employed.
= occupational disease.
The number of particles in a system that are in any given energy level or quantum state.
Occupation of a dwelling by more than person or household, with shared facilities such as kitchen or bathroom
A disorder of nerves or muscles caused by or related to the patient's occupation; specifically muscle spasm or cramp associated with a repetitive manual activity.
An occupation from which a person will not be taken for military service
A house or other dwelling in which several different households are living, sharing facilities such as a kitchen or bathroom
The state or condition of being preoccupied or engrossed with something