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occupé po angielsku:

1. busied busied

The old lady busied herself on her vegetable garden.
Mother busied herself with sewing.

Angielskie słowo "occupé" (busied) występuje w zestawach:

Fiches du livre - "Ingres" (A. J. Finberg)
Fiches du livre - "Chardin" (Paul G. Konody)
Fiches du livre - "White Fire" (Roy J. Snell)
Fiches du livre - "Bruno" (Byrd Spilman Dewey)
Fiches du livre - "The Sky Trail" (Graham M. Dean)

2. busying busying

Angielskie słowo "occupé" (busying) występuje w zestawach:

Fiches du livre - "The 1926 Tatler" (Various)
Fiches du livre - "The Dark" (Leonid Andreyev)
Fiches du livre - "The Chimes" (Charles Dickens)
Fiches du livre - "Better Than Men" (Rush Hawkins)
Fiches du livre - "Joyzelle" (Maurice Maeterlinck)

3. busy busy

I'm not busy.
He is too busy dreaming dreams to plan what he will do in his old age.
Much as I'd like to come, I'm afraid I'll be too busy.
Stop pestering me, I'm busy.
The other day I ran out of gas in the middle of a busy Interstate.
Although our universe is still young, theorists are busy exploring its ultimate fate.
He never takes into account the fact that I am very busy.
He is a busy man, so you can only get in touch with him by telephone.
I don't think she could spare the time because she is always busy with her work.
There are many people in the world who complain that they are too busy to read.
This restaurant is so large that they are always busy waiting on guests.
Being too busy with work is a problem, but then so is having too much free time.
Everyone seemed to be very busy and everyone seemed to be in a hurry.
Roll up your sleeves and get busy.
Why don't you go fishing with us this weekend if you aren't busy?

Angielskie słowo "occupé" (busy) występuje w zestawach:

Shopping and services - Courses et services
Agencies and post office - Les agences et la poste
300 most important French adjectives 51 - 75
Work and career - Travail et carrière
Les 300 adjectifs les plus courants en anglais 51 ...

4. occupied occupied

It's occupied.
The children occupied the large and spacious classroom.
Even now, many years after the cold war, there is still much bitterness between Germans and Russian, especially in areas which were occupied by the Soviet Union.
I am occupied with my own affairs.
She was occupied in cooking all afternoon.
In the fight to abolish slavery Lincoln knew that he occupied the moral high ground.
During that winter, writing occupied most of my free time.
When the sign on the door of a rest room says OCCUPIED, it means someone is using it.
I've been so occupied with other things I've completely forgotten about it!
I have been occupied in reading books.
All the tables inside are occupied, but our outside patio has plenty of free tables.
she threw herself into her studies to keep her mind occupied.
He occupied different posts in government and sometimes he didn't get his strategy, which means his plan of action, right.
occupied = Reserved, engaged, Busy, unavailable.
This United Nations resolution calls for the withdrawal of Israel armed forces from territories occupied in the recent conflict.

Angielskie słowo "occupé" (occupied) występuje w zestawach:

Fiches du livre - "Honoring Parents" (Anonymous)
Fiches du livre - "On the Age of Maya Ruins" (Char...
Fiches du livre - "A New Bog Lemming (Genus Synapt...