There are two restaurants on site. The office complex has an on-site nursery.
adjective UK /ˌɒnˈsaɪt/ US WORKPLACE
There are several onsite facilities such as a gym and restaurant for staff to enjoy.
adverb UK /ˌɒnˈsaɪt/ US WORKPLACE
The highly-sensitive data is encrypted and backed up onsite.
adjective, adverb UK /ˌɒnˈsaɪt/ US /ˌɑːnˈsaɪt/
We're meeting the contractor on-site tomorrow.
on-site - definition and synonyms
- Plenty of on-site parking will be available.
- We provide both onsite and offsite training
- We prefer that interns live on-site
- Attendees can register onsite.
1939 Amer. Econ. Rev. 29 601 Estimating the net effect of the P.W.A. on employment, allowing for..direct or ‘on-site’ demand.
1959 New Statesman 17 Jan. 57/3 Russia now accepts..on-site inspection to identify suspicious phenomena.
1990 G. Bear Queen of Angels (1991) i. xii. 57 She hated onsite testimonies but they saved much time later in trials.
2001 Hartford (Connecticut) Courant 18 Nov. b1/1 ‘Supportive housing’..provides on-site services and opportunities for persons battling mental or physical illness.
1946 Rev. Econ. Statistics 28 165/2 Land development projects possess an equally high proportion of unskilled labor to total labor employed on-site.
1975 M. Russell Murder by Mile viii. 85 He lives on site too.
1990 Nature Conservancy July 30/3 Volunteer stewards..were schooled in reforestation techniques and taken on-site for a ‘dry run’ drill.
2001 B. Geddes World Food: Caribbean 248/2 In Puerto Rico people travel miles to taste this meat on-site.