v. The process of moving an idealistic group into a previously well-maintained public square or park; also the movement of any unwanted group onto any desirable property or personal space.
When is this occupation of North America by the Europeans going to end? I have some plans for lower Manhattan island that I'd like to get to.

Hey! Some random family is occupying our "slacker" table in the food court.
by gnostic1 November 24, 2011
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Not just the job you choose, but any activity of daily living one engages in.
Bathing, eating, cooking, and crafts are just a few examples of occupation. When you hear Occupational Therapist, please do not respod with, "so you find jobs for people." They don't!
by Amber January 20, 2004
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A common colloquialism and grammatically incorrect form of the word "occupied".
I tried to use the airplane restroom, but it was occupated.
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A combination of the words occupied and constipated. When you are so busy you can’t get shit done.
"Oh honey, I’m sorry I never called you back, I been so occupated lately."
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the action, state, or period of occupying or being occupied by millitary force.
The Roman occupation of Britan. Crimes committed during the Nazi occupation
by Trevor L May 12, 2005
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derivative of occupy

synonyms: reside, inhabit, obtain
The maximum occupancy in the elevator is 24 people or 2800 pounds.
by julie bing January 22, 2005
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Mash-up of occupied and constipated.
Is the bathroom free?

No, it's still occupated. Bob had a big lunch. Give him some time.
by Bobek March 26, 2009
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