[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.
- On-site generation
noun See distributed generation
- On sked
adverb phrase On schedule: Aside from minor setbacks ”Street Trash” has been proceeding smoothly and on sked (1940s+)
[on-slawt, awn-] /ˈɒnˌslɔt, ˈɔn-/ noun 1. an onset, assault, or attack, especially a vigorous one. /ˈɒnˌslɔːt/ noun 1. a violent attack n. 1620s, anslaight, somehow from or on analogy of Dutch aanslag “attack,” from Middle Dutch aenslach, from aen “on” (see on) + slach “blow,” related to slaen “slay.” Spelling influenced by obsolete (since c.1400) […]
[onz-loh] /ˈɒnz loʊ/ noun 1. George, 1784–1853, French composer.