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occupancy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishoccupancyoc‧cu‧pan‧cy /ˈɒkjəpənsi $ ˈɑːk-/ AWL noun [uncountable] formal  1 the number of people who stay, work, or live in a room or building at the same timesingle/multiple occupancy single occupancy room rates Hotels in Tokyo enjoy over 90% occupancy.2 LIVE SOMEWHEREsomeone’s use of a building, hotel, or other space, for living or working in, or the period during which they live or work there The day for changing from one occupancy to the next was on a Saturday.
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occupancyFares for the eclipse cruise start at $ 1,049 per person, double occupancy.Cost: $ 275 per person, double occupancy, including accommodations and some meals.Cost: from $ 299 per person, double occupancy, for an inside cabin.Cost: $ 2,300 per person, double occupancy, including hotels, most meals, ground transportation and sightseeing.The new ordinance makes it illegal to limit occupancy to fewer than two people per bedroom.The terraced house in Station Road, Darlington, is already in multiple occupancy and retrospective planning permission had been applied for.This policy halted the previously continuous growth of local authority tenancies and contributed to the overall increase in owner occupancy.The occupancy rate of the hotel had dropped to about one in four rooms last year, he added.single/multiple occupancyThe terraced house in Station Road, Darlington, is already in multiple occupancy and retrospective planning permission had been applied for.The price of single occupancy is frequently higher than for multiple occupancy of bedrooms and should be checked when booking.Top left: A series can be colour coded to represent an ageing process, thus revealing multiple occupancy.Manchester was the only neighbourhood not to witness conversion of buildings to single occupancy above the city average.
From Longman Business Dictionaryoccupancyoc‧cu‧pan‧cy /ˈɒkjəpənsiˈɑːk-/ noun [uncountable] formal1PROPERTYwhen someone uses a building or piece of land for living or working inThe facility will be ready for occupancy on Feb. 20.2TRAVELused to talk about how many beds or rooms in a hotel, hospital etc are being used by guests, patients etcThe hotel chain said occupancy was up in every region.Hospital occupancy rates are declining nationwide.
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