ETYM Old Eng. busi, bisi, AS. bysig; akin to Dutch bezig, LG. besig; cf. Skr. bhűsh to be active, busy.
1. Crowded with or characterized by much activity.
2. Actively or fully engaged or occupied.
3. Overcrowded or cluttered with detail; SYN. fussy.
4. (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); SYN. engaged, in use.
active · at work · busybodied · diligent · drudging · employed · engaged · fancy · fussy · in use · interfering · intrusive · laboring · labouring · meddlesome · meddling · occupied · officious · overbusy · tied up · toiling · up to
To keep busy with; SYN. occupy.
imenica, arhaično, zastarelo
muški rod, aeronautika
muški rod, botanika