Off-site Definition

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offsite
adjective
On or at another site, apart from the site of a particular activity or happening.
Parts assembled off-site.
Webster's New World
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.
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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Origin of Off-site

  • off- +"Ž site

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