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Thread: on-site

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    What does "on-site" mean in the following context?

    That evening, relax. Let everyone unwind, but on-site. Have an informal full-group dinner or some other social event that lets everyone talk informally...

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    Re: on-site

    It means staying in the same location. In this case, if people have been working that day in a conference centre [for example], then the full-group dinner or other social event should also take place in the conference centre, rather than going out to a restaurant.
    I'm not a teacher of English, but I have spoken it for (almost) all of my life....

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