Definition of 'station'
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He made his way to the reference library, rehearsing the sweet words which were going to lure Dee down to the station. CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2001)We'd arrived at the police station, a squat grey box of a building that resembled a miniature prison. THE EXECUTION (2001)Andrea went out for lunch and queued for a passport photo in Charing Cross station. THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2001)
Despite the continuing activity at the makeshift work station outside the slammer, she dozed off, forehead pressed to the window. MINUTES TO BURN (2001)
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Translations for 'station'
British English: station /ˈsteɪʃən/ NOUN
A station is a building by a railway line where a train stops.
She went with him to the station.
- American English: station
- Arabic: مَحَطَّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: estação
- Chinese: 车站
- Croatian: postaja
- Czech: stanice
- Danish: station
- Dutch: station
- European Spanish: estación estancia
- Finnish: asema rautatieasema tms.
- French: gare
- German: Haltestelle
- Greek: σταθμός
- Italian: stazione
- Japanese: 駅
- Korean: 정거장
- Norwegian: stasjon
- Polish: stacja
- European Portuguese: estação
- Romanian: gară
- Russian: станция
- Spanish: estación lugar
- Swedish: station
- Thai: สถานี
- Turkish: istasyon
- Ukrainian: станція
- Vietnamese: trạm
Definition of station from the Collins English Dictionary
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