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Meaning of “fire station” - Learner’s Dictionary

fire station

noun [C]
 
 
( also US fire house)
the building where fire engines are kept, and firefighters wait for emergenciesFire serviceFire and flameBuildings in generalShops, markets and auctionsRestaurants and cafes
Translations of “fire station”
in Korean 소방서…
in Arabic مَرْكَز الإطْفاء…
in Portuguese posto de bombeiros…
in Catalan parc de bombers…
in Japanese 消防署…
in Italian caserma dei vigili del fuoco…
in Chinese (Traditional) 消防站…
in Russian пожарное депо…
in Turkish itfaiye merkezi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 消防站…
in Polish remiza (strażacka), posterunek straży pożarnej…
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