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oc·cu·pa·tion·al

 (ŏk′yə-pā′shə-nəl)
adj.
Of, relating to, or caused by engagement in a particular occupation: occupational hazards.

oc′cu·pa′tion·al·ly adv.
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occupational

(ˌɒkjʊˈpeɪʃənəl)
adj
of, relating to, or caused by an occupation: an occupational pension scheme; an occupational disease.
ˌoccuˈpationally adv
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oc•cu•pa•tion•al

(ˌɒk yəˈpeɪ ʃə nl)

adj.
of, pertaining to, or caused by the conditions of a particular occupation: an occupational disease; an occupational hazard.
[1850–55]
oc`cu•pa′tion•al•ly, adv.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.occupational - of or relating to the activity or business for which you are trained; "occupational hazard"
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occupational

adjective job-related, work, professional, vocational, work-related Stalking is quickly becoming an occupational hazard of the famous.
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Translations
مِهَني، بِسَبَب المِهْنَه
foglalkozási
atvinnu-
pracovnýz povolania
meslekî

occupational

[ˌɒkjʊˈpeɪʃənl]
A. ADJ (gen) → profesional
B. CPD occupational accident Naccidente m laboral
occupational disease Nenfermedad f profesional
occupational guidance Norientación f profesional
occupational hazard N [of job] → riesgo m laboral (hum) → gaje m del oficio
occupational pension scheme Nplan m de jubilación
occupational risk N = occupational hazard occupational therapist Nterapeuta mf ocupacional
occupational therapy Nterapia f ocupacional
occupational training Nformación f profesional, formación f ocupacional
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occupational

[ˌɒkjʊˈpeɪʃənəl] adj [accident, disease] → du travailoccupational guidance n (British)orientation f professionnelleoccupational hazard n (lit)risque m professionnel (fig)risque m du métieroccupational health nmédecine f du travailoccupational pension nretraite f complémentaireoccupational therapist nergothérapeute mf
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occupational

adjBerufs-, beruflich; occupational accidentBerufsunfall m; occupational diseaseBerufskrankheit f; occupational groupBerufsgruppe f; occupational hazard or riskBerufsrisiko nt

occupational

:
occupational pension (scheme)
Occupational Safety and Health Administration
n (US) → Arbeitsschutzbehörde f
occupational therapist
occupational therapy
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occupational

[ˌɒkjʊˈpeɪʃənl] adj (group, disease) → professionale
occupational accident → infortunio sul lavoro
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occupy

(ˈokjupai) verb
1. to be in or fill (time, space etc). A table occupied the centre of the room.
2. to live in. The family occupied a small flat.
3. to capture. The soldiers occupied the town.
ˈoccupant noun
a person who occupies (a house etc), not necessarily the owner of the house.
ˌoccuˈpation noun
1. a person's job or work.
2. the act of occupying (a house, town etc).
3. the period of time during which a town, house etc is occupied. During the occupation, there was a shortage of food.
ˌoccuˈpational adjective
of, or caused by, a person's job. an occupational disease.
ˈoccupier noun
an occupant.
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occupational

a. ocupacional, rel. a una ocupación;
___ healthsalud ___;
___ injurieslesiones laborales;
___ therapistterapista ___;
___ therapyterapia ___.
English-Spanish Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

occupational

adj ocupacional, laboral; — health salud f laboral or ocupacional; — therapy terapia ocupacional
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Imperatore Blanche, "Deficit Sensory Integration: Long-term effects on occupation and play," Chilean Journal of Occupational Therapy, vol.
Occupational asthma in Europe and other industrialised areas: A population-based study.
Online learning has become more common in occupational therapy, as evidenced by the proliferation of online occupational therapy courses in entry-level and postprofessional master's and doctoral level programs (American Occupational Therapy Association [AOTA], 2017).
Officials at the Occupational Safety and Health Conference.
Summary: Ahmedabad (Gujarat) [India], Mar 29 (ANI/NewsVoir): The National Institute of Occupational Health (NIOH), an ICMR institute and the training division of the Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI), is developing a unique program designed for the care and compliance of unorganised sector workers perspective for primary health care professionals.
President Rodrigo Duterte has signed a measure regulating the registration, licensure, and practice of occupational therapy in the country.
Since 2004, the Colombian table of occupational diseases includes some cardiovascular and gastrointestinal diseases, as well as mental disorders related to psychosocial risks factors at work.
Summary: Occupational medicine specialists make sure it is
Department of Labor to fund the work of the Occupational Licensing Advisory Commission.
The overall situation of occupational safety and health in mines was not encouraging and thus a significant number of coal miners were killed or became disabled due to occupational injuries/accidents.
Occupational diseases more than doubled in the real-estate sector, according to the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA).

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