[on-sahyt, awn-] /ˈɒnˌsaɪt, ˈɔn-/

accomplished or located at the site of a particular activity or concern:
on-site medical treatment for accident victims.

also onsite, 1959, from on + site. Originally in reference to Cold War military inspections.


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