1. take in
She couldn't take in this plan
The course is hard because you have to take in a lot of information.
Would you like to take in a movie?
They were taken in and lost their money. I couldn't take in what he was saying.
It is difficult to take in all this information?
It was an interesting lecture but there was just too much to take in.
We still can't believe that it had happened. It's a lot to take in.
too much to take in
They occupy neighbouring office
How do you occupy your spare time?
How long does the president occupy his position in your country?
in a handwritten system, accounts are maintained either in a bound book or a series of separate sheets of paper or card, each account occupying a separate page.
Books occupy most of his room.
The discussions we had were extremely time occupying
occupy seats in parliament
The fight against poverty and the Millennium Development Goals must continue to occupycentre stage. Adjustments are needed here, and they will occupy us in the immediate future.
You're occupying the whole couch!
Grassland [łąka] and savannah occupy a substantial part of Southern Africa.
Take some games and books to occupy the children just in case the journey takes too much time.
Smokers are asked to occupy the rear seats.
I think I will occupy myself in my father's business.
In reading some books we occupy ourselves chiefly with the thoughts of the author; in perusing others, exclusively with our own.
Englisch Wort "einnehmen"(occupy) tritt in Sätzen auf:Meine Lektion