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I have seen it in a passport in lane "occupacion". maybe it is shortened but I hardly can understand. could you please help me?

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    "operador"? (15 chars) – Artefacto Apr 16 '16 at 12:05
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    I’m not sure which sort of passport you were looking at, given that occupacion is a spelling peculiar to Old French and Middle English. That word is now spelled occupation in present-day French and English; ocupação in Portuguese; ocupación in various “Spanish” languages including Castilian, Asturian, Galician, and Aragonese; ocupació in Catalan; occupazione in Italian; and ocupație in Romanian. All derive from the Latin occupātio, occupātiōnis. – tchrist Apr 16 '16 at 15:57
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"Op de Computador" could be a occupation/profession.

By definition it is a person who uses the computer. It is a generic occupation in from a computer. It is not a specialist or a technical.

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