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    #1

    do we have the word "recheck"?

    Dear All,

    Pls help me these:

    1. Onsite working is working at office, is it right?

    2. Until now, I haven't got LAPTOP from company for my onsite working yet.
    Pls re-check and let me know when I can have it.

    Can I use "re-check" or "double-check" to say with meaning "check again" or I just write "check again" here?

    Thank you very much for helping me.

    Phoenix.

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    #2

    Re: do we have the word "recheck"?

    1. No, it could be a construction site with no office.

    2. Yes.

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    #3

    Re: do we have the word "recheck"?

    Tks very much

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    #4

    Re: do we have the word "recheck"?

    On-site work is when you are working at a job site. There could be a temporary office on site.

    One works "on-site" in comparison to working in your company's normal permanent offices.

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    #5

    Re: do we have the word "recheck"?

    tks much

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