station

All Noun
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  • The show was set in an international space station in the near future.
  • There is also one closed station and one proposed station in the area.
  • They may go down the middle of the station, or down the side.
  • This is a ground level station with one island platform and one track.
  • This is a ground level station with one island platform and two tracks.
  • It is an above-ground station, with the station building built above the tracks.
  • This is a ground level station with one island platform serving two tracks.
  • This station is a single platform station located near the car park.
  • There are several independent news services, radio stations, and an independent television station.
  • There are several independent news services, radio stations, and an independent television station.
  • This ground-level station consists of a single island platform serving two tracks.
  • With its new city hall and railway station, its centre was drawn towards the west.
  • This is a ground level station with one island platform two tracks.
  • There are also non-commercial community and special interest radio stations.
  • It is an above ground station with two tracks and one platform.
  • Despite this, the number of radio stations that broadcast games is actually quite small.
  • The following year saw a major change to the station's function.
  • There have also been a number of local railway stations, all of which are now closed.
  • Had this station been completed, it would have been the only above-ground station on the line.
  • It was under his direction that a new low-powered station was created.
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Meaning of station

  • noun A facility equipped with special equipment and personnel for a particular purpose
    he started looking for a gas station, the train pulled into the station
  • noun (nautical) the location to which a ship or fleet is assigned for duty
  • noun The frequency assigned to a broadcasting station
  • verb Assign to a station