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airplay the broadcasting of a recording by a radio or television station.
call letters the identifying letters or numbers of a television or radio station.
cantonment a military encampment or station, sometimes used as winter quarters. [1/2 definitions]
carry to make (news, a program, or the like) available to viewers or listeners, as a newspaper or a television or radio station. [1/16 definitions]
checkpoint a place where something is halted for inspection, esp. a border station where the documents or vehicles of travelers are inspected.
concourse a large open space, as in a railway station, where many people pass or gather. [1/5 definitions]
condescend to act as if one were of superior rank or station, treating others as inferior; patronize. [1/2 definitions]
depot a bus or train station. [1/2 definitions]
escalator a moving stairway that operates on a belt mechanism to carry people between floors, as of a department store, airport, or train station.
filling station a retail establishment that provides automotive products and services, esp. gasoline, oil, and air; gas station; service station.
firehouse a building in which equipment for fighting fires is kept and where firefighters assemble; fire station.
gas station a place where gas, oil, and other supplies for running a car can be bought; filling station; service station.
Gerry Jackson founder and station manager of SW Radio Africa, Zimbabwe's only independent radio station, which is broadcast from London, England, where Jackson lives in exile.
interstation combined form of station.
island an area set apart, usu. on a raised surface, for specialized operations, such as the platform in a service station on which the gasoline pumps are set. [1/3 definitions]
limousine a small bus or van used to carry passengers to and from an airport, train station, hotel, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
lounge a room or area, as in a hotel, train station, or the like, where patrons can relax, wait, or smoke. [1/8 definitions]
master-at-arms in the U.S. Navy, a petty officer whose duty is to keep order and maintain discipline on board a ship or at a shore station.
microbus a small buslike van or station wagon.
nick (chiefly British; informal) prison or police station (prec. by the). [1/6 definitions]
outpost an outlying settlement or station. [1/2 definitions]