Done or located at the site, as of a particular activity: on-site monitoring of a production run; an on-site film shoot. (adjective)
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Use "on-site" in a sentence
"And we are continuously faced, especially after 9/11, with numerous challenges that we need to work together to collaborate and meet those challenges on," said U.S. Attorney for Massachusetts Carmen Ortiz, who called the on-site task force "groundbreaking.""
"The software is designed to work across different systems in data centers, whether on-site at a company or housed in a cloud computing environment; it also offers cloud-based security services for web applications."
"Finally, the FTC alleged that defendants falsely represented that its facilities, “Warner Laboratories” and “National Institute for Clinical Weight Loss,” were bona fide research/medical facilities that engaged in scientific medical research and product testing at on-site facilities."