Synonyms of occupation in English:

occupation


See definition of occupation

noun

1‘his father's name and occupation are unknown’

SYNONYMS

job, day job, profession, work, line of work, line of business, trade, employment, position, post, situation, business, career, métier, vocation, calling, craft, skill, field, province, walk of life

Scottish way

informal racket, game

Australian informal grip

archaic employ

2‘among her leisure occupations is birdwatching’

SYNONYMS

pastime, activity, leisure activity, hobby, pursuit, interest, entertainment, recreation, diversion, amusement, divertissement

archaic resource

3‘a property suitable for occupation by older people’

SYNONYMS

residence, residency, habitation, inhabitation, occupancy, tenancy, tenure, lease, living in

possession, use

incumbency, holding

formal dwelling

rare inhabitancy, habitancy, inhabitance, domiciliation

4‘the Roman occupation of Britain’

SYNONYMS

conquest, capture, invasion, seizure, takeover, annexation, overrunning, subjugation, subjection, appropriation

colonization, possession, rule, control, suzerainty