Can we use Occupied instead of Busy?
for example ,
1. I am busy with my exams or I am occupied with my exams
2. Shes busy with her son orshes occupied with her son
yes I know it means engaged in action.
Originally Posted by arunp
but it can give different meanings ,
what I meant it wasn't the exact meaning of the word I want to know if it Can be used in the same place where the busy word is used?
for example I can say the room is occupied with pepole but I don't think in here I can use the word Busy!
some words have exactly the same meaning but when they are used in a sentence they give different meaning,So is it the same for these two words Occupied and Busy ?
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