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Translation of "station" - English-Spanish dictionary

station

noun   /ˈsteɪ·ʃən/
A1 a place where trains or buses stop so that you can get on or off them estación Dad met me at the station.
B1 a company that shows or sends out television or radio programmes canal, emisora a classical music station
(Definition of station from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

station

noun /ˈsteiʃən/
a place with a ticket office, waiting rooms etc, where trains, buses or coaches stop to allow passengers to get on or off estación ferroviaria a bus station She arrived at the station in good time for her train.
a local headquarters or centre of work of some kind oficina How many fire-engines are kept at the fire station? a radio station Where is the police station? military/naval stations.
a post or position (eg of a guard or other person on duty) puesto The watchman remained at his station all night.
stationary adjective
standing still, not moving inmóvil a stationary vehicle.
station wagon noun
(American ) a large car with a lot of space behind the back seats and a door at the back for loading and unloading; estate car (British ), estate (British) Monovolumen
(Definition of station from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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