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English Definition
  1. busy, occupy: keep busy with "She busies herself with her butterfly collection"
  1. busy: actively or fully engaged or occupied "busy with her work", "a busy man", "too busy to eat lunch" Antonym: idle
  2. busy, fussy: overcrowded or cluttered with detail "a busy painting", "a fussy design"
  3. interfering, meddlesome, meddling, officious, busy, busybodied: intrusive in a meddling or offensive manner "an interfering old woman", "bustling about self-importantly making an officious nuisance of himself", "busy about other people's business"
  4. busy: crowded with or characterized by much activity "a very busy week", "a busy life", "a busy street", "a busy seaport"
  5. busy, engaged, in use: (of facilities such as telephones or lavatories) unavailable for use by anyone else or indicating unavailability; (`engaged' is a British term for a busy telephone line) "her line is busy", "receptionists' telephones are always engaged", "the lavatory is in use", "kept getting a busy signal"
Not found. Request noted. Other translations below.Chinese fán máng, máng, máng lù, zǒng, 傯, 忙, 忙碌, 繁忙, 偬, 忙, 忙碌, 繁忙
Dutch bezig, druk, geлngageerd, in gesprek, verloofd, volhandig, bezet
German beschдftigt, besetzt, emsig, geschдftig, belegt
Greek αδιάκριτος
Italian occupata
Japanese awatadashii, hanbou, isogashii, nigiyaka, sewashii, shiyouchuu, tabou, torikomichuu, あわただしい, いそがしい, しようちゅう, せわしい, たぼう, とりこみちゅう, にぎやか, はんぼう, ビジー, 使用中, 取り込み中, 取込み中, 取込中, 多忙, 忙しい, 慌しい, 慌ただしい, 煩忙, 繁忙, 賑やか, 遽しい
Malay sibuk
Norwegian travel
Polish ruchliwy
Russian занимать"ся", занятой, оживленный, давать работу
Serbian zauzeto , biti u poslu
Spanish ocupado, atareada
Swedish upptagen