occur definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • to occur; happen. See Synonyms at take place.
    • found to occur or appear: Copper deposits take place in the region.
    • to come quickly to mind: the concept never ever happened if you ask me.
    • to generally meet; to clash.
    • To go to meet; to help make answer.
    • To meet a person's eye; to be found or fulfilled with; presenting it self; appearing.
    • to occur; to take place.
    • to get to your brain; to surface in your brain; to suggest itself; to be provided towards imagination or memory; -- of a concept or thought.
  • verb:
    • to occur or take destination.
    • presenting or offer itself.
    • To come or be presented towards head; to suggest it self.
    • to-be current or found.
    • arrive at a person's mind; advise it self
    • arrived at pass
    • to be found to exist
  • others:
    • to perform to, are you aware that function of helping.
    • to perform collectively; fulfill; conflict.
    • To hit the sensory faculties; be located; be fulfilled with: as, gold often does occur local; the statement does occur over repeatedly.
    • To emerge as an event in to the actual world; occur; happen; arrived at pass; befall: because, just what has happened?
    • To strike your head: with to.
    • Eccles., to coincide over time, in order to interfere each with all the special event of various other: as, two holy days happen.
    • To refer: with to.
    • Synonyms to come calmly to pass, happen, fall-out.

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