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bus station

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Motor vehicles
bus stationˈbus ˌstation (also bus terminal) noun [countable]  TTCa place where buses start and finish their journeys
Examples from the Corpus
bus stationMoney would turn up in a bus station.Amelie looked despairingly around the crowded bus station at Arles.I thought you said you saw him at the bus station this morning.She was headed for the bus station, I thought, and from there back to the Amtrak station in Denver.I went to sit in the bus station and think this over.The sun came out, and Tim Gray rode a trolley with me to the bus station.Then I calmed down and asked a safe-looking lady with children to show me the way to the bus station.The bus station was similarly desolate, while the cinema, cultural centre, public baths and a hospital have closed.
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