[ wurk-sahyt ]


  1. a location used for work, especially construction or manual labor: tobacco-free worksites.

    industrial worksites;

    tobacco-free worksites.


  1. of or relating to a location used for work: worksite perks.

    worksite safety;

    worksite perks.

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Word History and Origins

Origin of worksite1

First recorded in 1890–95; work ( def ) + site ( def )

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Example Sentences

The past week has brought a flurry of news about companies and governments making proof of vaccination mandatory as a condition of employment, or to enter a worksite or business.

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Best of all, at less than $15, it doesn’t matter if you forget and leave the stand at an old worksite.

He also said “anonymous reporting channels” are in place at all Facebook worksites and that the company has zero tolerance for harassment.

The consequence of those gains will be immense increases in efficiency and cost savings in manufacturing products and operating supply chains, leading to decreases in carbon emissions and worksite accidents.

Most of those centers are at the worksites of its corporate and local government customers.

She says she and other activists had enlisted people to “sit at the worksite" so no one could "pour the cement.”

We're increasing worksite enforcement, deploying fences and advanced technologies to stop illegal crossings.

The planetoid was turning under him, which made the ship appear to be circling slowly around his worksite.

The D'zertanoj would rally, someone would take charge, and they would attack the worksite.





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