Uses[change | edit source]
Uses in buildings[change | edit source]
Uses in gravesites[change | edit source]
A gravesite is a place where a person will be buried after they die.
Uses in work[change | edit source]
The words onsite and offsite refer to work that must take place on the site, or which can take place somewhere else. For instance, a prefabricated building can be "built offsite" and then "moved onsite".
Use on the internet[change | edit source]
Site is also a common abbreviation in net jargon for "website". In this case no real physical location exists other than the place where the computers are, and one "goes to the site" simply by using a web browser to "go to" that URL. This is a conceptual metaphor. It can be confusing. Someone who uses it is also likely using other jargon.
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