occupo

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occupo

  1. first-person singular present indicative of occupare

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Etymology[edit]

From ob + capiō (capture, seize).

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present active occupō, present infinitive occupāre, perfect active occupāvī, supine occupātum

  1. I occupy, fill, take up.
  2. I seize, invade, take possession of.
  3. I anticipate, make the first move.
  4. I employ, make use of.

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