What is the past tense of be occupied?

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The past tense of be occupied is was occupied or were occupied.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of be occupied is is occupied or are occupied.

The present participle of be occupied is being occupied.

The past participle of be occupied is been occupied.

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The ship's machine shop was occupied alternately by everyone airbrushing the paint onto their armor for the next six hours.
However, observation suggests that far less that 85 per cent of the rentable space was occupied on the first day of business.
Subsequently, the building was occupied by Communist authorities, used as a repository by Prague Museum and taken over by Marxist-Leninists.
The Judge and his children are either not home or they were occupied by other things, so they don't notice this wretched dognapper.
Moreover, our clients are persons who were occupied or are still occupied with politics and hold public deputyships.
The irregular empty spaces between the putamen and the caudate nucleus were occupied by fiber bundles of the internal capsule.

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