the position or location of a town, building, etc., especially as to its environment: the site of our summer cabin.
the area or exact plot of ground on which anything is, has been, or is to be located: the site of ancient Troy.
to place in or provide with a site; locate.
to put in position for operation, as artillery: to site a cannon.
- in·ter·site, adjective
- re·site, verb (used with object), re·sit·ed, re·sit·ing.
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How to use site in a sentence
“There are more dedicated sites for transgenders and admirers,” he said.
Several Muslim sites in France, including mosques have been attacked or vandalized since the Charlie Hebdo massacre.
And yet we keep devouring the ever-increasing array of Jewish dating apps and sites and Facebook groups--why?
These days, plenty of women are turning to online sites for no-frills male companionship.Career-Minded Women Turn to Male Escorts For No-Strings Fun and (Maybe) Sex | Aurora Snow | January 3, 2015 | THE DAILY BEAST
The two islands are now tourist sites for visitors from Taiwan and mainland China.
And, Johnnie, buyin' timber is a heap more important and difficult than buyin' mill sites.Scattergood Baines | Clarence Budington Kelland
But much beside tablets has been found on these sites; primitive sanctuaries, for instance.
Often they are planted in almost impregnable sites, like the little church of Shwawutha in our illustration.The Cradle of Mankind | W.A. Wigram
Fairbridge was in reality very artistically planned as to the sites of its houses.The Butterfly House | Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
Its most common sites are the regions of the scalp, nose, and forehead.Essentials of Diseases of the Skin | Henry Weightman Stelwagon
British Dictionary definitions for site
the piece of land where something was, is, or is intended to be located: a building site; archaeological site
(as modifier): site office
an internet location where information relating to a specific subject or group of subjects can be accessed
(tr) to locate, place, or install (something) in a specific place
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