Definitions for occupantˈɒk yə pənt
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word occupant
resident, occupant, occupier(noun)
someone who lives at a particular place for a prolonged period or who was born there
A person who occupies a place or a position.
An owner or tenant of a property.
A person sitting in a car or other vehicle.
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Most cars on our roads have only one occupant, usually the driver.
Seat belt use is a proven method to reduce motor vehicle occupant injuries.
I'm not worried about the bullet with my name on it... just the thousands out there marked 'Occupant.'
The U.S. Capitol Police is investigating a gyro copter with a single occupant that has landed on the grassy area of the West Lawn of t?he U.S. Capitol. The U.S. Capitol Police continues to investigate with one person detained and temporary street closures in the immediate area.
He looks at the current occupant of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, and sees that we have a performer, a performer who hasn't delivered, you look on this debate stage and you see a reality TV celebrity, you see U.S. senators who haven't done anything other than file amendments and give floor speeches; a lot of performers and a lot of actors, a lot of talk, a lot of showmanship, but very little accomplishment, very little leadership.
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Translations for occupant
From our Multilingual Translation Dictionary
- cestující, okupantCzech
- Okkupant, Besatzerin, Okkupantin, Besatzer, Bewohner, BewohnerinGerman
- ένοικος, κάτοχοςGreek
- toimenhaltija, haltija, asukas, matkustaja, viranhaltija, omistajaFinnish
- habitant, occupantFrench
- inzittende, bewonerDutch
- квартира́нт, жиле́ц, квартира́нтка, пассажи́р, оккупа́нт, пассажи́рка, оккупа́нткаRussian
- окупа́нт, окупа́нткаUkrainian
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