Entry from US English dictionary
Taking place or situated away from a particular site or premises.
- His firm turns to modular systems when site conditions make off-site assembly easier, quicker, or cheaper to do.
- The problem is that it is a lot easier and faster to log on to a gambling web site or do off-site betting on track races than to go to an amusement park.
- Viewers don't mind clicking a separate link that takes them off-site to see who is visiting the site.
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