HyperDic: ocupar

Español > 13 sentidos de la palabra ocupar:
VERBOstativeocupar, extenderse, hallarse, mentir, radicarbe located or situated somewhere
possessionocupar, apoderarse, apoderar, captar, capturar, confiscar, conquistar, dominar, embargar, incautar, invadir, tomartake possession of by force, as after an invasion
competitionocupar, invadirmarch aggressively into another's territory by military force for the purposes of conquest and occupation
socialocupar, abordar, administrar, encarar, gestionar, guiar, manejar, ocuparse, regentar, tramitar, tratarbe in charge of, act on, or dispose of
stativeocupar, aficionar, interesar, preocuparbe on the mind of
stativeocupar, colmar, copar, llenar, rellenaroccupy the whole of
stativeocupar, habitar, morar, poblar, residir, vivirinhabit or live in
cognitionocupar, absorber, atraerconsume all of one's attention or time
possessionocupar, apoderar, copar, llevar, tomarrequire (time or space)
socialocupar, asumir, tomarassume, as of positions or roles
socialocupar, ocuparsekeep busy with
stativeocuparoccupy (a dwelling) illegally
contactocupar, empaparpenetrate thoroughly and into every part
Español > ocupar: 13 sentidos > verbo 1, stative
SentidoBe located or situated somewhere; occupy a certain position.
Sinónimosextenderse, hallarse, mentir, radicar
EspecíficoalinearseBe in line with
anteceder, antedatar, precedercome before
atravesarlie obliquely
cubrirlie at the top of
dar aBe oriented in a certain direction, often with respect to another reference point
dominarlook down on
encabezar, liderarBe in the front of or on top of
estar fondeado, fondearlie moored or anchored
flanquearBe located at the sides of something or somebody
intervenirBe placed or located between other things or extend between spaces and events
localizarConcentrate on a particular place or spot
subyacerlie underneath
superponerselie partly over or alongside of something or of one another
Generalestar, haberOccupy a certain position or area
Ingléslie
Catalánmentir, ocupar, radicar, trobar-se
Español > ocupar: 13 sentidos > verbo 2, possession
SentidoTake possession of by force, as after an invasion.
Sinónimosapoderarse, apoderar, captar, capturar, confiscar, conquistar, dominar, embargar, incautar, invadir, tomar
Generalanexar, apoderar, capturar, confiscar, embargar, incautar, usurparseize and take control without authority and possibly with force
Inglésappropriate, capture, seize, conquer
Catalánapoderar-se, apoderar, captar, capturar, confiscar, conquerir, embargar, incautar, prendre
AdjetivoapropiativoOf or relating to or given to the act of taking for yourself
Nombresconfiscación, decomiso, incautaciónThe act of forcibly dispossessing an owner of property
conquista, sometimientoThe act of conquering / conquering
Español > ocupar: 13 sentidos > verbo 3, competition
Sentidomarch aggressively into another's territory by military force for the purposes of conquest and occupation.
Sinónimoinvadir
Específicoinfestar, plagarinvade in great numbers
Generalagredir, asaltar, atacarlaunch an attack or assault on
Inglésinvade, occupy
Catalánenvair, ocupar
AdjetivoinvasorInvolving invasion or aggressive attack
NombresinvasiónThe act of invading
invasorsomeone who enters by force in order to conquer
ocupación militar, ocupaciónThe control of a country by military forces of a foreign power
Español > ocupar: 13 sentidos > verbo 4, social
SentidoBe in charge of, act on, or dispose of.
Sinónimosabordar, administrar, encarar, gestionar, guiar, manejar, ocuparse, regentar, tramitar, tratar
Específicoadministrar, gestionarWork in an administrative capacity
articular, coordinar, organizarCause to be structured or ordered or operating according to some principle or idea
conducir, llevar, manejardirect the course of
coordinarBring into common action, movement, or condition
cuidarBe in charge of or deal with
dirigirBe in charge of
disponerDeal with or settle
montárseloDeal with simultaneously
procesar, tratarDeal with in a routine way
Generalcomandar, controlar, dominar, mandarExercise authoritative control or power over
Inglésmanage, deal, care, handle
Catalánabordar, emprar, encarar, gestionar, manejar, ocupar, regentar, tractar, tramitar
Adjetivogestionable, manejablecapable of being managed or controlled
Nombresadministración, dirección, gerencia, gerente, gestión, managementThe act of managing something
atención, cuidado, custodia, esmero, tutelaAttention and management implying responsibility for safety
manejo, tratamiento, tratoThe management of someone or something
Español > ocupar: 13 sentidos > verbo 5, stative
SentidoBe on the mind of.
Sinónimosaficionar, interesar, preocupar
Inglésconcern, interest, occupy, worry
Catalánaficionar, interessar, ocupar, preocupar
Nombrescuidado, inquietud, miedo, preocupación, temorAn anxious feeling
interésA sense of concern with and curiosity about someone or something
preocupación, quebradero de cabeza, quebraderoSomething or someone that causes anxiety
Español > ocupar: 13 sentidos > verbo 6, stative
SentidoOccupy the whole of.
Sinónimoscolmar, copar, llenar, rellenar
Específicoatestar, desbordarfill or occupy to the point of overflowing
Generalestar, haberOccupy a certain position or area
Inglésoccupy, fill
Cataláncopar, emplenar, farcir, ocupar, omplir
Español > ocupar: 13 sentidos > verbo 7, stative
SentidoInhabit or live in; be an inhabitant of.
Sinónimoshabitar, morar, poblar, residir, vivir
Específicoacampar, vivaquearLive in or as if in a tent
albergar, alojarBe a lodger
alojarse, embarcarLive and take one's meals at or in
anidarInhabit a nest, usually after building
cohabitar, convivirShare living quarters
poblarFurnish with people
residir, vivirLive (in a certain place)
residirmake one's home / home in a particular place or community
sobrepobladoCause to have too great a population
Generalestar, haberOccupy a certain position or area
Tambiénser internoLive in the house where one works
Ingléspopulate, dwell, live, inhabit
Catalánhabitar, morar, ocupar, poblar, residir, viure
Nombresasentamiento, habitación, poblamientoThe act of dwelling in or living permanently in a place (said of both animals and men)
casa, domicilio, habitación, habitáculo, hogar, morada, piso, residencia, vasa, viviendahousing that someone is living in
habitante, habitantes, moradora, morador, residente, vecina, vecinoA person who inhabits a particular place
Español > ocupar: 13 sentidos > verbo 8, cognition
SentidoConsume all of one's attention or time.
Sinónimosabsorber, atraer
Específicoagotar, consumirEngage fully
Generalaficionar, interesarse, interesarexcite the curiosity of
Inglésabsorb, engross, engage, occupy
Catalánabsorbir, atraure, atreure, ocupar
Nombresconcentracióncomplete attention
empleo, empresa, ocupación, profesión, trabajoThe principal activity in your life that you do to earn money
inquietud, intranquilidad, preocupaciónThe mental state of being preoccupied by something
Español > ocupar: 13 sentidos > verbo 9, possession
Sentidorequire (time or space).
Sinónimosapoderar, copar, llevar, tomar
Generalacabar, agotar, esgrimir, usar, utilizaruse up, consume fully
Similaragotar, comer, consumir, disminuir, ingerir, mermar, reduciruse up (resources or materials)
Ingléstake, occupy, use up
Catalánagafar, apoderar, copar, ocupar, prendre
Español > ocupar: 13 sentidos > verbo 10, social
Sentidoassume, as of positions or roles.
Sinónimosasumir, tomar
Generalelaborar, trabajarBe employed
Similaradquirir, tomarOccupy or take on
Inglésfill, take, occupy
Catalánocupar
Español > ocupar: 13 sentidos > verbo 11, social
SentidoKeep busy with.
Sinónimoocuparse
EspecíficoentretenerseWork lightly
Generalesforzarse, trabajarExert oneself by doing mental or physical work for a purpose or out of necessity
Inglésbusy, occupy
Español > ocupar: 13 sentidos > verbo 12, stative
SentidoOccupy (a dwelling) illegally.
Generalresidir, vivirLive (in a certain place)
Ingléssquat
Nombresocupador ilegal, ocupa, okupasomeone who settles on land without right or title
Español > ocupar: 13 sentidos > verbo 13, contact
Sentidopenetrate thoroughly and into every part.
Sinónimoempapar
Generaladentrarse, penetrar, profundizarPass into or through, often by overcoming resistance
Ingléshoneycomb

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