station-to-station

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station-to-station

[stey-shuhn-tuh-stey-shuhn]
adjective
1.
(of a long-distance telephone call) chargeable upon speaking with anyone at the number called: a station-to-station call to his home in Dallas.
adverb
2.
from one station to another.
3.
by telephone at station-to-station rates. Compare person-to-person ( defs 1, 3 ).
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