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gas station

noun
1.
service station (def 1).
Origin
1930-1935
1930-35
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Examples from the web for gas station
  • It was easier to find a college here than a gas station.
  • Take oil to a local recycling center or gas station that accepts used motor oil.
  • No need to worry about finding a gas station on these desolate roads.
  • In this happy era my grandfather left the poor dirt farm where he grew up and gambled his future on a failing gas station.
  • Plant-based fuel could be coming to a gas station near you.
  • Fully awake, the aviators steer for the flying gas station circling overhead.
  • The oil companies provide all the equipment needed to build a gas station and people buy into the chain.
  • S was at a gas station when he heard a cheeping noise.
  • Plus hydrogen cars would require extensive production, transportation, gas station changes.
  • No need for a complex infrastructure to transport hydrogen to the gas station.
British Dictionary definitions for gas station

gas station

noun
1.
(mainly US & Canadian) another term for filling station
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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