Definition of Grand Central Station noun from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary


Grand Central Station

; NAmE
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used to describe a place that is very busy or crowded My hospital room was like Grand Central Station with everybody coming and going. From the name of a very busy train station in New York City. compare Piccadilly Circus Culture Grand Central Station, officially called Grand Central Terminal, is the best-known railway station in the US. It is on East 42nd Street in New York and was completed in 1913. The main area is very large, and the trains enter and leave the station on tracks which are arranged on two levels. The station is often very crowded
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