- 1an area of ground on which a town, building, or monument is constructed
- 2a place where something is, was, or will be located or has happened
- 3a website
Using site: Examples
Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "site" can be used in various situations through the following examples!
The site of the new factory has not yet been decided.
This is the site where the battle took place.
I found the information on their site.
The construction site is closed to the public.
The archaeological site is open for visitors.
site Synonyms and Antonyms
Idioms Using site
The manager is on site to supervise the construction.
The meeting will be held off site at a nearby hotel.
I bought the car site unseen and it turned out to be a great deal.
Phrases with site
The building site is noisy and dusty.
a place where people can camp overnight
We found a great camp site by the lake.
I found the recipe on their web site.
Origins of site
from Latin 'situs', meaning 'position'
Summary: site in Brief
The term 'site' [saɪt] refers to a physical location, such as a town, building, or monument, or a virtual location, such as a website. It can also refer to the place where something has happened or will happen. Examples include 'The site of the new factory has not yet been decided.' and 'I found the information on their site.' Phrases like 'building site' and idioms like 'on site' extend the meaning of 'site' to specific contexts.