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1. station

noun. ['ˈsteɪʃən'] a facility equipped with special equipment and personnel for a particular purpose.

Synonyms

  • power station
  • power plant
  • powerhouse
  • service station
  • installation
  • substation
  • facility
  • terminus
  • firehouse
  • terminal
  • depot
  • fire station
  • police headquarters
  • station house
  • observation station
  • broadcasting station
  • police station
  • broadcast station

Antonyms

  • finish
  • unskillfulness
  • effortfulness
  • anode

Etymology

  • estacioun (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • estation (Anglo-Norman)

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Rhymes with Radio Station

  • deinstitutionalization
  • institutionalization
  • self-congratulation
  • antidiscrimination
  • telecommunication
  • nondiscrimination
  • misrepresentation
  • mischaracterization
  • internationalization
  • industrialization
  • decriminalization
  • transillumination
  • self-determination
  • renationalization
  • recapitalization
  • prestidigitation
  • misinterpretation
  • misidentification
  • miscommunication
  • experimentation
  • excommunication
  • disqualification
  • discontinuation
  • denationalization
  • decentralization
  • transplantation
  • singularization
  • self-perpetuation
  • securitization
  • reinterpretation

Sentences with radio-station


1. Noun Phrase
While a radio station environment may be casual, you should be anything but in the interview.

2. Noun Phrase
FM radio receivers need an antennae to pick up the signal a radio station transmits.

3. Noun Phrase
The audience should have a reason for choosing a particular newspaper, television channel or radio station.

4. Noun Phrase
Open a window with your preferred audio streaming site, like Pandora, Rhapsody or your local radio station.

2. station

verb. ['ˈsteɪʃən'] assign to a station.

Synonyms

  • garrison
  • fort
  • send
  • locate
  • post
  • site
  • displace
  • move

Antonyms

  • email
  • push
  • raise
  • pull

Etymology

  • estacioun (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • estation (Anglo-Norman)

3. station

noun. ['ˈsteɪʃən'] proper or designated social situation.

Synonyms

  • social rank
  • social status
  • rank
  • social station
  • niche

Antonyms

  • divest
  • lose
  • stay
  • e-mail

Etymology

  • estacioun (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • estation (Anglo-Norman)

4. station

noun. ['ˈsteɪʃən'] the position where someone (as a guard or sentry) stands or is assigned to stand.

Synonyms

  • bridgehead
  • outpost
  • lookout
  • post
  • outstation
  • observation post
  • position

Antonyms

  • disarrange
  • deglycerolize
  • front
  • back

Etymology

  • estacioun (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • estation (Anglo-Norman)

5. station

noun. ['ˈsteɪʃən'] the frequency assigned to a broadcasting station.

Antonyms

  • opening

Etymology

  • estacioun (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • estation (Anglo-Norman)

6. station

noun. ['ˈsteɪʃən'] (nautical) the location to which a ship or fleet is assigned for duty.

Synonyms

  • position

Antonyms

  • right
  • upgrade

Etymology

  • estacioun (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • estation (Anglo-Norman)

7. radio

noun. ['ˈreɪdiːˌoʊ'] medium for communication.

Synonyms

  • radiocommunication
  • wireless

Etymology

  • radius (Latin)

8. radio

noun. ['ˈreɪdiːˌoʊ'] an electronic receiver that detects and demodulates and amplifies transmitted signals.

Synonyms

  • clock radio
  • heterodyne receiver
  • receiving set
  • detector
  • radio receiver
  • radio set
  • receiver
  • push-button radio
  • radio-gramophone
  • amplifier
  • superheterodyne receiver
  • crystal set
  • superhet
  • receiving system
  • wireless
  • demodulator
  • tuner

Etymology

  • radius (Latin)

9. radio

noun. ['ˈreɪdiːˌoʊ'] a communication system based on broadcasting electromagnetic waves.

Synonyms

  • radiotelegraphy
  • radio transmitter
  • wireless telegraph
  • receiving set
  • radiotelegraph
  • wireless
  • wireless telegraphy
  • radio receiver
  • communication system
  • radio set

Antonyms

  • excommunicate

Etymology

  • radius (Latin)

10. radio

verb. ['ˈreɪdiːˌoʊ'] transmit messages via radio waves.

Synonyms

  • intercommunicate

Etymology

  • radius (Latin)
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