Adjective "Busy" Definition and Examples




    1. actively and attentively engaged in work or a pastime: busy with her work.

    2. not at leisure; otherwise engaged: He couldn't see any visitors because he was busy.

    3. full of or characterized by activity: a busy life.

    4. (of a telephone line) in use by a party or parties and not immediately accessible.

    5. officious; meddlesome; prying.

    6. ornate, disparate, or clashing in design or colors; cluttered with small, unharmonious details; fussy: The rug is


    "people can be busy in/at/on days."

    "options can be busy in/at/on dates."

    "people can be busy in/at/on times."

    "people can be busy in/at/on mornings."

    "people can be busy in/at/on years."

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