(Adj., Adv.)

At the office location of another person or organization.

Contrast to:
- remote (adj)
- off-site (adj)
- offsite (noun)
- telecommute, dial in (verb)
We're planning an on-site meeting with the client. (The meeting is at the client's office.)

She can fix most server problems remotely, but she'll have to go on-site for this one. (The person will be at the physical location of the server.)

I work on-site three days a week. (I am at the main workplace when I do the work.)
by vanilla g-lotto December 19, 2004
When something happens at that particular moment, or on a predetermined moment when people meet up
by djhiphopisdead June 14, 2010

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