What is the opposite of preoccupied?

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Adjective
Opposite of distracted or not mentally present
Adjective
Opposite of not paying attention to something
“I felt we had the makings of a perfect match because she was so attentive to my needs.”
Adjective
Opposite of intensely preoccupied with, or by, a given topic or emotion
“What if we were unconcerned with possessions, money or always having the best or biggest?”
Adjective
Opposite of given to or indulging in daydreaming
Adjective
Opposite of unavailable for meetings
“The doctor is available and will see you now.”
Adjective
Opposite of absent-minded, troubled, distracted
Adjective
Opposite of attentively occupied with
Adjective
Opposite of to be continuously haunted or possessed by something, especially negative emotions, ideas or desires
“She was an incredibly strong woman, untroubled by the common stresses and anxieties associated with nursing.”
Adjective
Opposite of absorbed in thought
Superficial thinkers see little and blame, while deep thinkers see much and commend.”
Adjective
Opposite of puzzled, confused, or bewildered
Adjective
Opposite of to be heavily engrossed or immersed in a given task
“A final crescendo appeared to not be forthcoming, and I decided that I was officially bored with the movie.”
Adjective
Opposite of being intent or focused on a goal or objective
“They were frustrated by the frequent losses at war with Celobongo and were then hesitant to continue without support.”
Adjective
Opposite of distant and cold in manner
Adjective
(of a person) Opposite of not concentrating or thinking clearly
“Our hiring criteria states that we need an employee who is self-motivated, organized, and a team player.”
Adjective
Opposite of completely fascinated or absorbed by what one is seeing or hearing
Adjective
(of facilities or services) Opposite of not currently available for use
“You should give him a call now while his line is available.”
Verb
(of a place or position) Opposite of to have occupied
“We reluctantly forfeited our prime, first-row seats at the concert because we had another urgent matter to attend to.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to distract, or to occupy or draw one's attention or thoughts
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