[out-stey-shuh n] /ˈaʊtˌsteɪ ʃən/
a post, , or settlement in a remote or outlying area.
a station or post in a remote region
in a radio network, any station other than the base station
(Austral) a station set up independently of the head station of a large sheep or cattle farm
(Austral) outstation movement, the programme to resettle native Australians on their tribal lands
(in Malaysia) away from (the speaker’s) town or area
[out-stey] /ˌaʊtˈsteɪ/ verb (used with object) 1. to longer than. 2. to beyond the time or duration of; overstay: to outstay one’s welcome. /ˌaʊtˈsteɪ/ verb (transitive) 1. to stay longer than 2. to stay beyond (a limit) 3. outstay one’s welcome, See overstay (sense 4) v. c.1600, from out (adv.) + stay (v.).
[sting] /stɪŋ/ verb (used with object), stung or (Obsolete) stang; stung; stinging. 1. to prick or wound with a sharp-pointed, often venom-bearing organ. 2. to affect painfully or irritatingly as a result of contact, as certain plants do: to be stung by nettles. 3. to cause to smart or to cause a sharp pain: The […]
[out-stand] /ˌaʊtˈstænd/ verb (used without object), outstood, outstanding. 1. to be prominent. verb (used with object), outstood, outstanding. 2. to stay or remain beyond: to outstand the hour. /ˌaʊtˈstænd/ verb -stands, -standing, -stood 1. (intransitive) to be outstanding or excel 2. (intransitive) (nautical) to stand out to sea 3. (transitive) (archaic) to last beyond
[streem] /strim/ noun 1. a body of water flowing in a channel or watercourse, as a river, rivulet, or brook. Synonyms: rill, run, streamlet, runnel. 2. a steady current in water, as in a river or the ocean: to row against the stream; the Gulf Stream. Synonyms: flow, tide. 3. any flow of water or […]