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Meaning of "train station" in Essential American English Dictionary

train station

noun   /ˈtreɪn ˌsteɪʃən/ ( also railroad station)
a place where trains stop so that you can get on or off them: We have to be at the train station by 11.
Translations of “train station”
in Korean 기차역…
in Arabic مِحطة القِطار…
in Portuguese estação de trem…
in Catalan estació de tren…
in Japanese 鉄道の駅…
in Italian stazione…
(Definition of train station from the Websters Essential Mini Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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