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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (not vacant)
a. ocupado
It was hard to believe that none of the houses in such a beautiful neighborhood were occupied.Era difícil de creer que ninguna de las casas de un vecindario tan bonito estuviera ocupada.
2. (busy)
a. ocupado
I wish I had more time to talk, but I am very occupied with planning the conference.Ojalá tuviera más tiempo para hablar, pero estoy muy ocupado planificando la conferencia.
b. atareado
If I weren't so occupied with my studies, I would have more time to go out with my friends.Si no estuviera tan atareado con los estudios, tendría más tiempo para salir con mis amigos.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (house)
a. ocupado(a)
2. (busy)
a. ocupado(a), atareado(a)
to be occupied with somethingestar ocupado(a) con algo
to keep somebody occupiedtener ocupado(a) a alguien
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