- accomplished or located at the site of a particular activity or concern: on-site medical treatment for accident victims.
Origin of on-site
First recorded in 1955–60
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Examples from the Web for onsite
"We want to be onsite so when they walk out, we'll be there," he said.Family Torn by Mine Disaster
November 20, 2010
Did you participate in the onsite tests at Dallas on May 24, 1964?
And do you have a diagram showing the dimensions of the Secret Service followup car which was used during the onsite tests?
Did you participate in the planning of the onsite tests at Dallas, Tex.
And were there representatives of the Secret Service participating in that onsite testing?
And where were you positioned on most of the occasions at the time of the onsite tests?
Word Origin and History for onsite
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper