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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishservice stationˈservice ˌstation noun [countable]  TTRa place at the side of the road where you can stop to buy petrol, food, and other goods syn gas station American English
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service stationJohnson was reading a local newspaper he had bought at the Frankenwald service station when his phone trilled discreetly.Two hours later and ravenous, we settled for egg and chips at a motorway service station.Well, if you stop to fill up at a motorway service station your dreams could come true.Read in studio Police have opened a motorway service station to encourage drivers to take a break.To help pay the bills, I worked every night until eleven at a Sinclair service station on Main Street.That's why Thames Valley Police have set up a temporary service station near junction 10.The service station is dead, long live the service station.