Focus on the pronunciation of occupy
English definition of “occupy”
/ˈɒkjəpaɪ/ verb [T]
› to fill or use a place: The new plant will occupy a 185-acre site.
› to fill a period of time: Since he retired, he has struggled to occupy his time.
› to have a particular job: An increasing number of women occupy senior positions on Wall Street.
› to take control of a place and refuse to leave it: Workers occupied the factory eight days ago.