Translation of occupation in Spanish:
- 1 countable 1.1 (profession) what is your present occupation?¿cuál es su ocupación actual?Example sentences1.2 (activity) looking after children is a full-time occupation
cuidar niños es un trabajo que ocupa las veinticuatro horas del día or es un trabajo a tiempo completoExample sentences
- Due to his father's occupation, he grew up knowing about military matters.
- In addition, we excluded 180 boys without information on fathers' occupation.
- Mine was frequently decorated in accordance with my father's occupation.
- We are making every effort to try and soften the edges of these draconian rules but brick walls and head butting are pretty joyless occupations.
- During the monsoon season the villagers divert their occupation to fishing and agriculture.
- Its main occupations are fishing and boatbuilding.
- 2 uncountable and countable (Military)(of factory, university)army/forces of occupationto be under occupationejército (masculine) /fuerzas (feminine plural) de ocupaciónestar ocupadoExample sentences
- 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.
- 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.
- 3 uncountable (of accommodation, building) the tenants are already in occupationthe house is ready for occupationlos inquilinos ya han tomado posesión de la vivienda ( or las oficinas etc)la casa está lista para su ocupaciónExample sentences
- 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.
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