Definition of On-site

1. Adjective. Taking place or located at the site. "On-site inspection"

Similar to: On-the-scene, On-the-spot
Antonyms: Off-site



Definition of On-site

1. Adjective. taking place, or located, on a particular site or in a particular building, as opposed to at a remote site or factory ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of On-site

on-line
on-line(a)
on-line database
on-looker
on-message
on-off
on-off phenomenon
on-off switch
on-ramp
on-ramps
on-roader
on-scene
on-screen
on-side kick
on-side kicks
on-site (current term)
on-slip
on-slips
on-street
on-the-air
on-the-fly
on-the-fly encryption
on-the-job
on-the-scene(a)
on-the-spot
on-the-spot(a)
on-time marker
on/off switch
on a dime
on a full stomach

Literary usage of On-site

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1. Insurance Regulation and Supervision in Asia and Latin America by Oecd, Centre for Co-operation with Non-members, Ishii, Hisaya (2001)
"on-site Inspection In the majority of Asian economies excluding Brunei, Cambodia. India and Sri Lanka, on-site inspection is carried out. ..."

2. Managing Industrial Solid Wastes from Manufacturing, Mining, Oil and Gas by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"Figure 5-1—Land-Based Management of Subtitle D Manufacturing Wastes, 1985 Billions of tons 5 4 3 2- 1- Data refer only to on-site management. ..."

3. Justice in the Balance: Recommendations for an Independent and Effective by Human Rights Watch, Human Rights Watch (Organization) (1998)
"The consent of states parties must not be a pre-requisite to an on-site investigation. State parties should not be able to withhold consent and hamper the ..."

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