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station break

noun, Radio and Television.
1.
an interval between or during programs for identifying the station, making announcements, etc.
Origin of station break
1935-1940
First recorded in 1935-40
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  • As he ended the station break came, and the camera shifted to the Witches, dancing on stage, crying their chant.

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