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on-site

or on site

[ on-sahyt, awn- ]
/ ˈɒnˈsaɪt, ˈɔn- /
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adjective
accomplished or located at the site of a particular activity or happening: Faculty, staff, and graduate students have two options for on-site childcare.
adverb
on or at a particular site: They treated the wounded on-site before putting them on a helicopter for evacuation.
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Origin of on-site

First recorded in 1955–60
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