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Occluding

əˈkluːd

Meanings of Occluding:

verb

Stop, close up, or obstruct (an opening, orifice, or passage).

Usage examples:

Thick make-up can occlude the pores

Meanings of Occlusal:

adjective

Relating to or involved in the occlusion of teeth.

Usage examples:

Soft plastic mouth guards, or occlusal splints, may be needed to prevent damage from trauma, as in …

Meanings of Occlusion:

noun

The blockage or closing of a blood vessel or hollow organ.

Occlusions

əˈkluː.ʒən

Meanings of Occlusions:

noun

The blockage or closing of a blood vessel or hollow organ.

Meanings of Occlusor:

noun

A muscle (or, rarely: other structure) that serves to close an opening or passage. frequently attributive, especially in "occlusor muscle".

Occult

əˈkʌlt

Meanings of Occult:

noun

Mystical, supernatural, or magical powers, practices, or phenomena.

Usage examples:

A secret society to study alchemy and the occult
adjective

Involving or relating to mystical, supernatural, or magical powers, practices, or phenomena.

Usage examples:

An occult ceremony
verb

Cut off from view by interposing something.

Usage examples:

A wooden screen designed to occult the competitors

Meanings of Occulted:

verb

Cut off from view by interposing something.

Usage examples:

A wooden screen designed to occult the competitors
noun

Mystical, supernatural, or magical powers, practices, or phenomena.

Usage examples:

A secret society to study alchemy and the occult
adjective

Involving or relating to mystical, supernatural, or magical powers, practices, or phenomena.

Usage examples:

An occult ceremony

Meanings of Occulter:

noun

Something that occults; specifically (a) a device for temporarily cutting off a lighthouse light; (b) a device in a telescope or other instrument for cutting off the direct light of the sun or other bright object.

Meanings of Occulters:

noun

Something that occults; specifically (a) a device for temporarily cutting off a lighthouse light; (b) a device in a telescope or other instrument for cutting off the direct light of the sun or other bright object.

Meanings of Occulting:

verb

Cut off from view by interposing something.

Usage examples:

A wooden screen designed to occult the competitors
noun

Mystical, supernatural, or magical powers, practices, or phenomena.

Usage examples:

A secret society to study alchemy and the occult
adjective

Involving or relating to mystical, supernatural, or magical powers, practices, or phenomena.

Usage examples:

An occult ceremony

Occults

ɒˈkʌlt

Meanings of Occults:

noun

Mystical, supernatural, or magical powers, practices, or phenomena.

Usage examples:

A secret society to study alchemy and the occult
verb

Cut off from view by interposing something.

Usage examples:

A wooden screen designed to occult the competitors
adjective

Involving or relating to mystical, supernatural, or magical powers, practices, or phenomena.

Usage examples:

An occult ceremony

Meanings of Occupable:

adjective

= occupiable .

Occupance

ˈɒkjʊpəns

Meanings of Occupance:

noun

Another term for occupancy.

Occupancies

ˈɒkjəpənsi

Meanings of Occupancies:

noun

The action or fact of occupying a place.

Usage examples:

The palace proved unready for occupancy

Occupancy

ˈɒkjəpənsi

Meanings of Occupancy:

noun

The action or fact of occupying a place.

Usage examples:

The palace proved unready for occupancy

Occupant

ˈɒk.jə.pənt

Meanings of Occupant:

noun

A person who resides or is present in a house, vehicle, seat, etc., at a given time.

Usage examples:

The previous occupant of her room

Occupants

ˈɒkjʊp(ə)nt

Meanings of Occupants:

noun

A person who resides or is present in a house, vehicle, seat, etc., at a given time.

Usage examples:

The previous occupant of her room

Occupation

ɒkjʊˈpeɪʃ(ə)n

Meanings of Occupation:

noun

A job or profession.

Usage examples:

People in professional occupations
adjective

For the sole use of the occupiers of the land concerned.

Usage examples:

An occupation bridge

Occupational

ˌɒk.jəˈpeɪ.ʃən.əl

Meanings of Occupational:

adjective

Relating to a job or profession.

Usage examples:

An occupational pension scheme

Meanings of Occupationless:

adjective

Characterized by absence of occupation; having no occupation; unoccupied, idle.

Occupations

ɒkjʊˈpeɪʃ(ə)n

Meanings of Occupations:

noun

A job or profession.

Usage examples:

People in professional occupations
adjective

For the sole use of the occupiers of the land concerned.

Usage examples:

An occupation bridge

Meanings of Occupiable:

adjective

Able or fit to be occupied.

Occupied

ˈɒkjʊpʌɪ

Meanings of Occupied:

adjective

(of a building, seat, etc.) being used by someone.

Usage examples:

Only the ground floor is fully occupied
verb

Reside or have one's place of business in (a building).

Usage examples:

The rented flat she occupies in hampstead

Occupier

ˈɒk.jə.paɪ.ər

Meanings of Occupier:

noun

A person or company residing in or using a property as its owner or tenant, or (illegally) as a squatter.

Usage examples:

The individual claimants are freehold owners and occupiers of their homes in church village.

Meanings of Occupiers:

noun

A person or company residing in or using a property as its owner or tenant, or (illegally) as a squatter.

Usage examples:

The individual claimants are freehold owners and occupiers of their homes in church village.

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