- [C] 车站 (the building or buildings at) a place where the stated public vehicles regularly stop so that passengers can get on and off, goods can be loaded etc.; railway station
- [C] 所,站,台,局 a building that is a centre for the usually stated kind of service or activity
- [C] 地位,身份 one's position in life; social rank
- vt. 〈正〉驻扎; 安置 put into a place; post
- a facility equipped with special equipment and personnel for a particular purpose;
"he started looking for a gas station"
"the train pulled into the station"
- proper or designated social situation;
"he overstepped his place"
"the responsibilities of a man in his station"
"married above her station"
- (nautical) the location to which a ship or fleet is assigned for duty
- the position where someone (as a guard or sentry) stands or is assigned to stand;
"a soldier manned the entrance post"
"a sentry station"
- the frequency assigned to a broadcasting station
- assign to a station
- Don't forget to drop by at the gas station.
- He was walking up and down the station platform.
- Can you tell me the way to the railway station?
- Which TV station is the programme on?
- He's returning to his army station.
- One of the warships was out of station.
- Guards were stationed around the prison.
- You must station some additional men on the island in case of trouble.
- You should station a guard at the gate.
The railway station is some distance from the village.
It was very decent of you to drive me to the station.
I want to ascertain what time the train arrives, so that I may get to the station in time to meet my friend.
At the station, we were met by one of our friends living in London.
They arrived at the station twenty minutes before the train was due.
The train stopped frequently at lonely little stations, which resulted in a sleepless night.
This is one of the busiest underground stations in Beijing.
The train will arrive at Victoria Station at ten.
The radio station had an open line on which listeners could call up to discuss various issues.
We'll build an electric station next year.
The power station is serviced by road transport.
The astronauts in an earth space station circle the globe many times a day.
After a long journey, we got to a petrol station at last.
They have built three nuclear power stations this year.
She married beneath her station.
The minister was of a lowly station but had worked hard to make himself a man of position.
They made a survey of the event by interviewing people in all stations of life.
The guard remained at his station all night long.
The army was at action stations as ordered.
Thomas could be a credit to the school in any station of life.
The police will station a man on the opposite side of the road where he can watch the bank.
He stationed the troops on a hill.
The regiment is at present stationed in Northern Ireland.
During most of my time in the army I was stationed in Germany.
Guards were stationed round the prison.
Powerful troops were stationed round the capital.
Policemen were stationed at strategic points round the football ground in case of crowd trouble.
- above one's station
超出自己的身份〔地位〕 above one's accepted position in life
He has ideas above his station. 他的思想超越了自己的社会地位。
She married well above her station—I think her husband is an earl. 她嫁给一个地位比自己身份高的人——我想她丈夫是一位伯爵。
- 超出自己的身份〔地位〕 above one's accepted position in life
- arrive at a station 到达车站
- build a station 修建车站
- depart from a station 离开车站
- enter a station 进入车站
- extend a station 扩大车站
- leave a station 离开车站
- reasearch a station 到达车站,抵达车站
- remain at the station 留在车站
- repair a station 维修车站
- wait at the station 在车站等候
- know one's station 明白自己的身份
- aid station 急救站
- air station 停车场,航空站
- broadcasting station 广播电台
- bus station 公共汽车站
- comfort station 公共厕所
- earth station 地面接收〔转播〕站
- fire station 消防站
- gasoline station 汽车加油站
- passenger station 客运站
- petrol station 汽车加油站
- police station 警察局
- power station 发电站
- radar station 雷达站
- radio station 无线电台
- railroad station 〈美〉火车站
- railway station 〈英〉火车站
- research station 研究所
- service station 汽车加油站
- space station 宇航站
- stone station 石雕像
- television station 电视台
- weather station 气象站
- action station 战斗岗位
- battle station 战斗岗位
- at the station 在车站
- the police at stations 值勤的警察
- out of station 脱离应在的位置
- above one's station 超越自己的身份〔地位〕
- below sb's station 低于某人的身份
- people in all stations of life 社会各阶层的人们
- woman of high station 贵妇人
- station accurately 精确地安置
- station adequately 充分地安置
- station carefully 小心翼翼地安置
- station closely 周密地安置
- station fully 全面地安置
- station immediately 立即安置
- station quietly 悄悄地安置
- station rapidly 很快安置
- station reluctantly 勉强安置
- station scientifically 科学地安置
- station simultaneously 同时安置
- station temporarily 暂时安置
- station ultimately 最终安置
- station unconditionally 无条件地安置
- station unerringly 正确地安置
- station universally 普遍安置
- station unwillingly 勉强安置
- station somewhere 布置在某个地方
- station round 在四周布置
It is their station to work.出自：Dickens
Troops were stationed at all the doors.出自：J. Reed
A regiment was stationed in our town.出自：U. Holden
- station用作可数名词的基本意思是“车站”,一般指火车站,是可数名词。表示“在某火车站”时常用介词at。特指“某个车站”时专有名词在前, station在后,专有名词前通常不用定冠词the,且首字母都大写。
- station作动词的意思是“驻扎; 安置”,一般指部队驻扎在某地,是及物动词,接名词或代词作宾语,并常用于被动结构。
误 Let's meet at the Beijing Station.
正 Let's meet at Beijing Station.
- ☆ 13世纪晚期进英入语，直接源自古法语的stacion，意为位置；最初源自拉丁语的stationem，意为职位。
- station:station n. 位置, 岗位, 地位, 身份, ...局, ...站vt. 驻扎, 配置 英英解释:名词station:1. a facility equipped with special e…