Precinct and Station


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Precinct noun – A region of activity, knowledge, or influence.
Station and precinct are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Station" instead a noun "Precinct".
Synonyms for Precinct


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Station noun – The place where someone is assigned to stand or remain.
Precinct and station are semantically related. (North American) Sometimes you can use "Precinct" instead a noun "Station".
Nearby Words: stationary, stationed, stationing, stationery, stationer
Synonyms for Station

How words are described

old old precinct old station
full full precinct full station
original original precinct original station
small small precinct small station
Other adjectives: entire, new, major, former, fictional, titular, last, local, nearest, eponymous.

Both words in one sentence

  • Video Game / SimCity (2013) It's aggravating since you've just lost a police station and probably don't have any other station or precinct around, and may not have enough money to build another either.
  • Video Game / SimCity (2013) Karma Houdini: Police station or precinct gets destroyed by a natural disaster?
  • Series / Daredevil Because the NYPD does not allow real-life precinct numbers to be used in works of fiction, the police station shown in this show and Jessica Jones is designated as the '15th precinct'.
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Station or Precinct. 2016. Accessed April 11, 2021.

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