Definition of coach station in English:

coach station

noun

British
  • An area or building from or at which coaches leave or arrive on a regular basis.

    • ‘Just as the bus pulled into the central coach station at Heathrow, I realized Tariq was sitting just behind me - on his way home to Berlin for the holidays.’
    • ‘I rushed to the coach station some minutes before the 14: 00 hours indicated on the ticket.’
    • ‘Meanwhile, I can but repeat my call for a central bus and coach station to be built on part of the site for the benefit of York as a whole.’
    • ‘Victoria coach station was where we boarded the Eurolines bus to Paris.’
    • ‘It's ten minutes walk from a train station, a coach station and Europe's second largest bus station!’
    • ‘Yesterday we picked them up from the coach station, brought them back, and I left them in the living room while I went to make a cup of tea.’
    • ‘The price of rail travel in Britain might force you to the coach station soon.’
    • ‘And he was seen waiting patiently at a coach station in southeastern Spain for the next bus to Sevilla.’
    • ‘Passenger numbers have soared since the group won a campaign for a new city centre coach station.’
    • ‘It was a murky afternoon in a strange northern town as they stepped from the coach station.’
    • ‘In association with National Express, we ran a competition to come up with a name suitable for the reborn coach station.’
    • ‘The coaches depart from the central coach station above the railway station in the central area of Heathrow.’
    • ‘The cheap hotels are south of the railway station, stretching from the coach stations to Pimlico Underground.’
    stopping place, stop, halt, station stop, stage
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