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)
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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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