occupyverb [T]uk /ˈɒk.jə.paɪ/ us /ˈɑː.kjə.paɪ/
occupy verb [T] (FILL)
- The programme will occupy that half-hour slot before the nine o'clock news.
- All physical objects occupy space.
- Historically, issues of this kind have not occupied the foreground of political debate.
- He occupies a prominent position in the rogues' gallery of the financial world.
- The house occupies a commanding position at the top of the valley.
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