Definition of 'site'
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It is also one of the most flexible sites for sorting information. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Three other sites of wooded land near the town have previously been examined by detectives. Times, Sunday Times (2006)We have people looking at social networking sites. The Sun (2012)He asked for his ashes to be scattered at the disaster site. The Sun (2014)The way the new site works is relatively straightforward. Times, Sunday Times (2007)For each there will be a single specific place to site a telescope. Times, Sunday Times (2016) Sites and their locations were listed in our pullout yesterday. The Sun (2013)They annoy the driver and then film his reaction and put it on a social media site. The Sun (2015)There were also graphic images of workers covered in dust on the ground on site. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The letters also warn that images remain on social networking sites once they are uploaded. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Her entry for the popular social networking site lists previous areas where she worked. The Sun (2008)Employees not working on site will usually live within a fortified company compound. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Or that countless billions of pounds would need to be spent on storage and refuelling sites to make hydrogen cars practical. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It's more like an engineering project than a building site. Times, Sunday Times (2015)This site is important for Britain when many are doubting the future for green energy. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The village castle was the site of a legendary prince's court. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Sources said the company had expressed serious interest in the Battersea site across the river. Times, Sunday Times (2012)By 14 he was working on building sites and going to music festivals. Times, Sunday Times (2010)People will stop trusting information systems and stop putting personal information on e-commerce sites. Times, Sunday Times (2008)A church purchased vacant land as the site of a new building. Christianity Today (2000)The government has gone back on a pledge to exclude fracking from the country's most important natural sites. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It also manages towers on behalf of other groups and is responsible for more than 1,900 owned and managed sites. Times, Sunday Times (2015)On her second trip only small pieces of wood were found, scattered to the east of the disaster site. Titanic - Destination disaster (1987)Targets could include chemical weapons storage and production sites, although there would be a risk of chemicals entering the atmosphere. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'site'
British English: site /saɪt/ NOUN
A site is a piece of ground that is used for a particular purpose or where a particular thing happens or is situated.
...a building site.
- American English: site
- Arabic: مَوقِع
- Brazilian Portuguese: local
- Chinese: 场所
- Croatian: lokacija
- Czech: místo dějiště
- Danish: sted
- Dutch: locatie
- European Spanish: emplazamiento
- Finnish: paikka
- French: site
- German: Stelle
- Greek: τοποθεσία
- Italian: sito
- Japanese: 敷地
- Korean: 현장
- Norwegian: sted
- Polish: miejsce
- European Portuguese: local
- Romanian: șantier
- Russian: место
- Spanish: sitio
- Swedish: plats
- Thai: สถานที่ตั้ง
- Turkish: alan yer
- Ukrainian: майданчик
- Vietnamese: địa điểm
Definition of site from the Collins English Dictionary
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