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Translation of "site" - English-Spanish dictionary

site

noun   /saɪt/
A2 short form of website (= an area on the internet where information about a particular subject, organization, etc. can be found) sitio
B1 an area that is used for something or where something happens terreno, solar a building site
the place where something important happened in the past emplazamiento, lugar the site of a battle
verb   /saɪt/
be sited formal
to exist or be built in a particular place estar ubicado, estar situado The company head office is sited in Rome.
(Definition of site from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

site

noun /sait/
a place where a building, town etc is, was, or is to be, built sitio, lugar He’s got a job on a building-site The site for the new factory has not been decided.
(also Web site) a site on the Internet that gives information about a particular subject or person site This site has a lot of useful links for findng out more about the subject.
(Definition of site from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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