Definition of 'bus station'
Example sentences containing 'bus station'
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So he parked his car by the bus station and set off to circumnavigate the island on foot. TO HIS JUST DESSERTS`Even in Spider Flats, Montana, there's a bus station that stays open past nine o'clock. C B GREENFIELD - A LITTLE MADNESSShe walked towards the bus station, and spoke aloud, as she worked things out, making up her mind. KARA KUSH
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Translations for 'bus station'
British English: bus station /bʌs ˈsteɪʃn/ NOUN
A bus station or coach station is a place where buses or coaches start a journey.
- American English: bus station
- Arabic: مَحَطَّة الباصات
- Brazilian Portuguese: estação rodoviária
- Chinese: 公交车站
- Croatian: autobusna stanica
- Czech: autobusové nádraží
- Danish: busstation
- Dutch: busstation
- European Spanish: estación de autobuses
- Finnish: linja-autoasema
- French: gare routière
- German: Busbahnhof
- Greek: σταθμός λεωφορείων
- Italian: stazione degli autobus
- Japanese: バスターミナル
- Korean: 버스 정류장
- Norwegian: busstasjon
- Polish: dworzec autobusowy
- European Portuguese: estação rodoviária
- Romanian: autogară
- Russian: автобусная станция
- Spanish: estación de buses
- Swedish: busstation
- Thai: สถานีรถโดยสารประจำทาง
- Turkish: otobüs terminali
- Ukrainian: автобусна станція
- Vietnamese: trạm xe buýt
Definition of bus station from the Collins English Dictionary
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