The boy was very preoccupied with his work.
my mom was already preoccupied on the phone,so she couldn't make me cookies Preoccupied is used in a sentence as a verb. When someone or something is preoccupied, it means they are either already occupied(busy), or absorbed in their thoughts and what they are doing. Here is an example sentence using the second definition: She was preoccupied with studying for her test. This is a sentence using the first definition: The man was preoccupied before I came. I .
I was preoccupied with my math problems when I heard the gunshots outside. Preoccupied with my thoughts, I didn't hear my friend say hello.
"Im sorry, but im really preoccupied right now. Please ask me later."
The person was preoccupied with spending their time on the internet which left no time for eating, talking, walking, or even sleeping.
what does preoccupied mean
dictionary.com- Definition: preoccupied with depressing, morbid, or painful memories or thoughts Sentence: She was in a brooding frame of mind.
The absent-minded professor would become preoccupied and forget where he parked his car.
Aunt Alexandra is preoccupied with heredity and who people were. She was also busy sewing and socializing.
To say I am preoccupied right now in spanish is, me preocupa ahora mismo.
They are busy