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English definition of “site”

site

noun [C]
 
 
/saɪt/
INTERNET a place on the internet where a person, company, or organization can give information about their products or services: The student activities page is the most viewed page on the college's site. eBay was founded as the first internet auction site in 1995. access/search/visit a site build/create/design a site host/set up a site
PROPERTY an area of land or place where a particular business, industrial, manufacturing, etc. activity happens or is planned to happen: The plant sits on a 37-acre site in a field off a rural road. We provide generators and small natural-gas compressors for drilling sites. Plans by a private property company to build offices on a prime site in Kensington face rejection by local councillors. This is the proposed site for the gasworks. a building/construction site
→ See also brownfield, destination site, greenfield site, mirror site, off-site, onsite adverb, run of site, social networking site, website, worksite
(Definition of site noun from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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