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It was dark when we arrived at the station.
The police brought the suspect into the station for questioning.
Astronomers at the Salyut Research Station discovered the star.
Listen to your local radio station for travel information.
We can't pick up the French station.
A crowd waited outside the television station for the president to arrive.
a feeding station
More housing is being provided for the naval station in Everett.
She's getting ideas above her station even by thinking of marrying him.
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used with other nouns to describe the unexpected and often unwanted effects of a particular situation or trend
the bone at the front of your lower leg, between your knee and your ankle. A more usual word is...
a woman in middle age who has to juggle caring for teenage children and ageing parents with a career
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Definition of station from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Publishers Limited.