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occupation

US [ˌɑkjəˈpeɪʃ(ə)n]
UK [ˌɒkjʊˈpeɪʃ(ə)n]
  • n.职业;占领;占用;工作
  • Web占有;占据;职位
Plural Form:occupations  
occupation
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n.
1.
[c]
工作;职业a job or profession
Please state your name, age and occupation below.
请在下面写明姓名、年龄和职业。
2.
[c]
消遣;业余活动the way in which you spend your time, especially when you are not working
Her main occupation seems to be shopping.
逛商店购物似乎是她的主要消遣。
3.
[u]
侵占;占领;占领期the act of moving into a country, town, etc. and taking control of it using military force; the period of time during which a country, town, etc. is controlled in this way
the Roman occupation of Britain
罗马人对不列颠的占领
The zones under occupation contained major industrial areas.
被占领地区里有主要的工业区。
occupation forces
占领军
4.
[u]
(土地、房屋、建筑等的)使用,居住,占用the act of living in or using a building, room, piece of land, etc.
The offices will be ready for occupation in June.
办公室将于六月交付使用。
The following applies only to tenants in occupation after January 1 2010.
以下规定仅适用于 2010 年 1 月 1 日后入住的房客。
The level of owner occupation(= people owning their homes) has increased rapidly in the last 30 years.
拥有住房的人数在过去 30 年间急剧攀升。

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