A place where passenger trains stop on a railway line, typically with platforms and buildings
calling at all stations to Oxford
Military a military medical station.
A police station.
In Ireland: a day on which a station or municipal ceremony is held. historical after 18th cent.
An airfield operated by a navy or marine corps
A place in a town where buses arrive and depart
A petrol station
A meteorological research centre in a polar area
US term for payphone.
A person who works on or owns a sheep or cattle station
A stopping point on a journey
Military a post, camp, or garrison located in an outlying area or an area where a military campaign is under way; (later also) a temporary medical station providing first aid to those wounded on the battlefield.
The homestead and main buildings of a station.
Australian and NZ the principal residence or establishment of a sheep or cattle farm; compare outstation, homestead.
Involving, having, or relating to a number of sites or stations, especially broadcasting stations.
A television or radio news broadcasting station.
A station on a post-road, especially one where post-horses are kept.
A station housing a pump; specifically (US) a petrol station.
An installation or establishment transmitting signals by radio; a sound broadcasting organization or channel.
= railway station.
A place or thing which acts as or provides a relay; (Physiology) a structure in the nervous system which relays impulses.
A station or area occupied by automated machinery.
Chiefly US a person in charge of a railway or (formerly) stagecoach station.
A horse used for general work on a station.
A person in charge of a station; specifically the chief of an intelligence service headquarters.
A simple pudding of meat boiled in a flour-and-water dough, associated with the Australian outback.
Surveying a straight line from one station to the next (now rare).
A meter for measuring the amount of gas leaving a gas works or site where gas is produced.
Perspective the point corresponding to the viewer's eye.
A pole or rod set up at a station.
A ship assigned to a particular station, acting as a patrol vessel, or providing troops, refuelling or repair facilities, etc., as required.
Staff employed or deployed at a station, especially a railway station or (formerly) †a military station.
A halt or stop that takes place at a station, as opposed to elsewhere on a railway line.
A part of a farming estate that is separate from the main estate
A relay located at the centre of any of the cells of a cellular telephone system
An area or building from or at which coaches leave or arrive on a regular basis
A radio station located on the earth and used for relaying signals from satellites
The headquarters of a fire brigade, where fire engines and other equipment are housed
A station at which trains stop only if signaled to do so
A town in the low mountains of the Indian subcontinent, popular as a holiday resort during the hot season
A seaport at which ships of a navy are regularly stationed, or may dock for repair and maintenance
An installation where electrical power is generated for distribution
A very large sheep farm
A large artificial satellite used as a long-term base for manned operations in space
A list showing the prescribed stations of a ship’s crew in specified emergencies
An Aborigine employed on a sheep or cattle station
A pause between broadcast programmes for an announcement of the identity of the station transmitting them
(Of an animal) bred on the property and not brought in from elsewhere
A worker on a large sheep or cattle farm