Incorrect spelling, explanation: this form is wrong because the word occasions originate in Latin occasionem, which is also spelled with double c but single s. Therefore the correct form is occasions. Double c is there because the original word was made out of a different word with a prefix.
Correct spelling, explanation: occasions should be spelled with double c and single s, because of its origin – Latin occasionem, in which there is double c because of the fact, that the word was created from another word with a prefix. At the same time
ocassions is a mistake, probably just a misspelling. The only correct spelling is occasions.
Definition of occasions:
noun, plural form of occasion, particular event or opportunity; archaic: someone’s or business affairs
I’ve had a chance to talk to him on several occasions.
You’ve never had any occasions to complain in this job, so you can stay overtime once.
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