Definition of station bill in English:

station bill

Syllabification: sta·tion bill

noun

A list showing the prescribed stations of a ship’s crew in specified emergencies.
More example sentences
  • This drill prepares them for daily life aboard ship, and it helps to reinforce the concepts of the watch, quarter and station bill which they are being taught in their boot camp curriculum.
  • Does the watch, quarter and station bill or watch bill reflect accurate watch station assignment?
  • Don't settle for the station bill left behind by the last guy and his crew, write one which will work for you.

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