off-site


off-site
off-site [ôf′sīt′]
adj., adv.
on or at another site, apart from the site of a particular activity or happening [parts assembled off-site]

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off-site (ôfʹsītʹ, ŏfʹ-) adj.
Taking place or located away from the site, as of a particular activity:

an off-site waste treatment operation.

  offʹ-siteʹ adv.

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Universalium. 2010.

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