Definition Of occupation

noun

a job or profession.

his prime occupation was as editor

the action or fact of living in or using a building or other place.

a property suitable for occupation by older people

the action, state, or period of occupying or being occupied by military force.

the Roman occupation of Britain

Example Of occupation

  • A farmer by occupation , Tom spent all of his life in Mountain, his native townland.

  • a game of cards is a pretty harmless occupation

  • a property suitable for occupation by older people

  • All the units have around 102 square metres of living space and will be ready for occupation by July.

  • An occasional occupation as a fishing guide does not pay enough, Campbell commented as an after-thought.


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