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stationnoun

  • ja駅、発着所
  • ena place where buses, trains, etc., regularly stop for loading and unloading of passengers

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You have an entirely brand new train station here.
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You have a brand new ticket counter, brand new terminals, brand new turnstiles.
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One of the most popular online edits was just 3 minutes long.
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Now removed from YouTube,
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it ends moments after Ted and Tracy meet on the train station platform as Ted announces,
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“And that, kids, is how I met your mother.”
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To get dogs like Canaan comfortable around traffic,
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the puppies need to take field trips like the one today —
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To the bus station.
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Not all field trips can be to the beach.
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Saddam Khan is one of hundreds of porters who make less than $8 a day
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here at New Delhi’s busiest train station.
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Consider a simple blade of grass.
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Deadly?
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Help!
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Never.
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What about a train station?
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Hey! Put your hands up!
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Hello, Thomas.
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It’s hardly the only train station in the world with pigeons,
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but at Frankfurt Central, the pigeons even make their way down to the platforms,
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three stories underground.

Other meanings for station...

stationnoun

  • ja局、署
  • ena building or place that serves as the center for a particular kind of service, activity, or operation
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What happened to all the princess flourishes?
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Well, they were destroyed.
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So I turned it into a princess police station.
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Oh, thank God.
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A police station.
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Will, is that a gas station?
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Yes!
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There's a gas station.
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Why are we parked in front of a police station?
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Good god!
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It's a feeding station.
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And literally, from the first day I walked into the fire station,
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I knew it's what I wanted to do.

stationverb

  • ja駐在させる
  • ento send someone (especially from the military) to a particular place for a period of time as part of their duty
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Officer Holt.
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I thought I stationed you...
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not here.
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Right.
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I'm just here in the plaza looking for...
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this!
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A half-eaten box of McNuggets?
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- Yup, it's my lunch. - Uh-huh.
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Now, we have a little surprise for you.
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We have your dad.
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Come on out, Brent.
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- Oh, my gosh. - Come on, let's go sit down.
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Oh, my gosh.
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- Hi, thank you. - How are you?
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Oh, my gosh.
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How about that, that's a surprise, right?
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That's a good surprise.
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Surprise.
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Thank you!
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I'm so happy that you're here.
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You've been stationed in Korea and you only are here for a few days.
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So thanks to the US Army for allowing this to happen.
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When I was in the military,
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I got stationed over in Spokane.
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I really felt out of my element,
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and I wouldn't say I was depressed,
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but I was definitely heading down that road.
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I just kind of pulled the trigger,
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I started looking around for a dog,
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and found this guy, he was, I think, 3 weeks old when I saw him on the internet.
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I'm Anna.
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I'm 23.
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Hi, I'm Logan.
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I'm Anna's boyfriend and we've been dating for 7 months.
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He is currently stationed in Georgia,
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and I just got out of the military.
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So we've been long distance for 4 months?
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Yeah.