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site

noun [C] uk   us   /saɪt/

site noun [C] (PLACE)

B1 a place where something is, was, or will be built, or where something happened, is happening, or will happen: a building site The council haven't yet chosen the site for the new hospital. This is the site of the accident.on site C1 inside a factory, office building, etc.: There are two restaurants on site. The office complex has an on-site nursery.
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site noun [C] (INTERNET)

A2 a website

site noun [C] (TENT)

[C] US (UK pitch) the piece of ground on which you can put up a tent, park a caravan, etc.: We chose a large level grassy site for our tent.

site

verb [T usually + adv/prep] uk   us   /saɪt/ formal
to exist or be built in a particular place: The company head office is sited in Rome.
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