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occupiernoun

uk   /ˈɒk.jʊ.paɪ.ər/  us   /ˈɑː.kjə.paɪ.ɚ/

occupier noun (LIVING)

[C] UK someone who lives or works in a particular room, building, or piece of land, or someone who is using it: The envelope was simply addressed to "The Occupier".

occupier noun (CONTROLLING)

[C usually plural] someone who has moved into a place and taken control of it: The occupiers were driven out after fierce street fighting.
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