verb (used with object), sit·ed, sit·ing.
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Origin of site
OTHER WORDS FROM sitein·ter·site, adjectivere·site, verb (used with object), re·sit·ed, re·sit·ing.
Example sentences from the Web for site
Many of the leading digital news sites have failed to return any profit, some after more than a decade in operation.Ezra Klein leaves Vox, the website he founded, for New York Times, in a digital media A-list exodus|Paul Farhi, Sarah Ellison|November 20, 2020|Washington Post
The private labs would test specimens from nursing homes and community sites on behalf of the state, records show.Hogan’s first batch of coronavirus tests from South Korea were flawed, never used|Steve Thompson|November 20, 2020|Washington Post
Thousands of vaccination locations will need to be identified and created, with many sites having to be accessible to lower-income individuals with transportation challenges.We can’t rely on just one company to distribute COVID vaccines|jakemeth|November 20, 2020|Fortune
However, employees in front-line occupations such as law enforcement and medical care generally remained at their regular work sites.Nearly 3,500 federal workers to get benefits for contracting the coronavirus at work|Eric Yoder|November 20, 2020|Washington Post
AOL bought Huffington Post in 2011 for $315 million, then Verizon bought AOL in 2015, turning the site into a small piece of a telecom giant.BuzzFeed buys HuffPost from Verizon in latest new-media deal|Verne Kopytoff|November 19, 2020|Fortune
The building is sited about 100 feet back from the crowded street.
This little fort was very strongly sited, protected by extra strong wire entanglements and has long been a source of trouble.Gallipoli Diary, Volume I|Ian Hamilton
Trenches badly sited, they say, and Turks able to form close by in dead ground.Gallipoli Diary, Volume 2|Ian Hamilton
The Germans had fortified this saucer, and garrisoned it with machine-guns, mostly sited so as to fire to a flank.
It was necessary to go down to a depth of about twenty feet, and as the well was sited in very soft sand the task can be imagined.The Seventh Manchesters|S. J. Wilson
These machine-guns were sited so as to fire straight along the trench as soon as any attacking party had leapt into it.
British Dictionary definitions for site
- the piece of land where something was, is, or is intended to be locateda building site; archaeological site
- (as modifier)site office