ocupar, absorver, monopolizar, açambarcar, lavrar, especular
Verb(1) devote (oneself(2) consume all of one's attention or time
(1) the country had made the best of its position to engross trade(2) the solicitors will submit a draft conveyance and engross the same after approval(3) The members of the new gentry used their commercial connections and strategic land holdings to engross trade.(4) The evidence from the Medical Tribunal that I could not recall was on 30 May 1994, two weeks beforehand, she had made an appointment with my solicitor to engross a new will.(5) The classroom was nearly deserted, save Emma and Miss Bell who were deeply engrossed in their conversation.(6) Danny looked at Katie as if to say ├ö├ç├┐we should go find her├ö├ç├û but Katie was too engrossed in conversation with Rosemary to notice.(7) When she finally looked back at him, he was totally engrossed in the service, and she knew there was no way he would talk now.(8) Just then, a silver-haired man with dancing eyes enters the pub and he and Martyn are soon engrossed in conversation about one of his other big loves, fishing.(9) I was totally engrossed in preparing the packages when I heard a knock on the door.(10) Soon, Noah was totally engrossed in collecting the money.(11) Drinks were being ordered and Charlie pretended to be totally engrossed in that, which wasn't too much of a stretch for him, but at the same time his mind was doing a few other calculations.(12) He had been totally engrossed in his AP Chemistry homework.(13) If that case stated can be got in proper shape and finally engrossed and submitted to me in chambers, I will make the order in chambers without any need for further attendance.(14) After watching the sixth episode, and still being engrossed to the final end, you wish there had been more episodes produced.(15) We accept that there was no formal document engrossed as the register of units.(16) However, Beckerman's lawyer engrossed the transfer/deed of land in Merry's name.
(1) engross :: ocupar
1. absorb ::
2. occupy ::
3. soak up ::
engross, engrossed, engrosses, engrossing, engrossment
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