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radio station

station (def 8).
Origin of radio station
1910-15 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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Examples from the web for radio station
  • Composers and musicians working at the radio station created many new songs in the popular style.
  • He did not go to college, choosing freelance photography while working at a radio station instead.
  • Your favorite radio station transmits on a specific frequency.
  • We need an equivalent to tuning in on a radio station.
  • It operates one radio station and supplies the news for the other.
  • The team had advertised its services to the community on the local radio station.
  • The radio station he was listening to grew fussy with static, and he switched it off.
  • Another time, my favorite streaming radio station took forever to load.
  • When someone selects a radio station, the tuner filters out all but one of the frequencies.
  • If two cars are next to each other, the same radio station cannot have two different ads.
British Dictionary definitions for radio station

radio station

an installation consisting of one or more transmitters or receivers, etc, used for radiocommunications
a broadcasting organization
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