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Meaning of “station” - Learner’s Dictionary

station

noun [C]     /ˈsteɪʃən/
TRAINS
A1 a building where trains stop so that you can get on or off them: Dad met me at the station.Train and bus stations and taxi ranks
bus station ( also UK coach station)
A2 a building where a bus starts or ends its journeyTrain and bus stations and taxi ranks
SERVICE
a building where a particular service is based: UK a petrol station/ US a gas stationPublic buildings
RADIO/TV
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