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noun
a type of travel accommodation, as in a hotel, for two persons sharing the same room: The rate is $35 per person, double occupancy, or $65, single occupancy.
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OTHER WORDS FROM double occupancy

dou·ble-oc·cu·pan·cy, adjective
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