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unoccupied

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adjective un·oc·cu·pied \ˌən-ˈä-kyə-ˌpīd\

Simple Definition of unoccupied

  • : not being used, filled up, or lived in

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of unoccupied

  1. :  not occupied: as a :  not busy :  unemployed b :  not lived in :  empty

Examples of unoccupied in a sentence

  1. About half of the seats were unoccupied when the concert started.

  2. A third of the beds at the hospital were unoccupied.



14th Century

First Known Use of unoccupied

14th century


UNOCCUPIED Defined for Kids

unoccupied

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adjective un·oc·cu·pied \ˌən-ˈä-kyə-ˌpīd\

Definition of unoccupied for Students

  1. 1 :  not being used, filled up, or lived in :  empty <an unoccupied seat>

  2. 2 :  not busy <I'll help you as soon as I'm unoccupied.>





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