The definition of off site is something that occurs or that is made at a location different from the one where it will be used or where it would normally occur.adjective
- An example of flooring finished off-site is pre-finished floors that are installed in a home instead of floors installed and then stained in place.
- An example of working off site is doing your job from home instead of from the office where you would normally work.
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- offˈ-siteˈ adverb
off-site - Computer Definition
In another location. It is common practice to store copies of important data off site as part of a disaster recovery program. See disaster recovery.
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