霸占 (Chinese PinYin: [bà zhàn]; traditional Chinese:霸佔) may mean: (1) verb. forcibly occupy; (2) verb. seize; (3) verb. usurp; (4) noun. unlawful possession of sth; (5) verb. take over. Literally: 霸 (dominate) + 占 (occupy). The term is a medium-frequency word and usually derogatory in tone. It can be used in both spoken and written Mandarin Chinese. Some example phrases and expressions are: 霸佔土地 (unlawful possession of land), 霸占头条 (occupy the headlines).
1. How to pronounce 霸占?
Chinese Pinyin: [bà zhàn]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 霸占
Synonyms: 侵吞, 攻陷, 并吞, 强占, 攻克, 抢占, 占领, 占据, 侵夺, 侵占, 接管, 占为己有
Antonyms: 割让, 让出,
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 霸占
Fixed expression: N/A
Collocation: 霸佔土地 (unlawful possession of land), 霸占头条 (occupy the headlines),
4. How to use 霸占 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 霸占.
Translation: Names from this year’s Super Bowl took over Twitter and Facebook in the United States from Sunday evening into Monday.
Translation: It won’t usurp Google Reader for curating and sharing activities, simply because Google Reader can be used on the PC.
Translation: You can not extend sovereignty over the area that you forcibly occupy.
Translation: But many still chose to wait, fearing their taken will be taken.
Translation: In the months that followed, the Spanish invaders seized the palaces of Cusco and the spacious country estates and took royal women as mistresses and wives.
Translation: The sight of all these riches made him suppose that this cave must have been occupied for ages by robbers, who had succeeded one another.
Translation: The place is occupied by neighbors.
Translation: He said snooker occupied all his time.
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