Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Site"

The meaning of "Site" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does The site has given its name to the famous Chavin art style of .... mean?
Q: What does what's the hacker-geek site?

I saw this word in a paragraph:

The whole site was themed with shades of white and gray. The comment box was themed to look like a Linux terminal. Typical hacker-geek site. mean?
A: Hacker-geek isn't actually a word. It's just two words they put together. Hacker means someone who changes code to get what they want (hacking), and a geek is someone who enjoys technology and video games a lot. And site just stands for website.

So, a hacker-geek site would be a site that a hacker/geek made.
Q: What does Welcome to my dark site mean?
A: That sounds like you went onto an inappropriate or bad website.

Or maybe a secret base in a crime show?

Not sure what a dark site is.
Q: What does logging site mean?
A: Un sitio en que se cosecha los arboles?

Example sentences using "Site"

Q: Please show me example sentences with social sites.
A: I see, thank you for your explanation.
Q: Please show me example sentences with site.
A: "Check out this site. It's very helpful."
person 1: "Where did you put the tools?"
person 2: "It's sited behind the large box over there."
"We took a different route home since there was a construction site in the way of our first route."

Synonyms of "Site" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between The site and The place ?
A: “Place” can be used instead of “site”, but “site” can’t be used instead of “place”. “Site” should be followed by an explanation, for example:

“This is the site where the accident happened”

“I see the landing site up ahead”

“That site is where we will build our home”

If you don’t describe the “site” it will just mean a site for construction
Q: What is the difference between site and sight ?
A: @Alan__ I'm sorry, I made a mistake. I've edited the answer.

The pronunciation of them are the exact same.
Q: What is the difference between site and side ?
A: site
-a particular location or area
-short for "website"

-the edge or end of something
-position on a team
-a person's side (hip, side of their torso)
-used in the phrase "side with", which means "to join someone's team
Q: What is the difference between decide on a site for the trade show and decide a site for the trade show ?
A: The second sentence is wrong.
Q: What is the difference between site and sight ?
A: A site is a location or place.
Sight is your ability to see or your vision.

Translations of "Site"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? When we visit the site and check every details in the facility, what do we call this work? Site inspection or due diligence?
A: Generally speaking, a site inspection or work inspection are terms used. Doing your due diligence is something that you do while doing an inspection, but it’s more about being thorough and responsible. So, you can do a site inspection without due diligence and miss something important.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? site
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? main site huye Ko jagana nahi chahta
A: @spp6461.. I don't want to awake sleeper
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what is this site?
A: Your sentence is correct.

Other questions about "Site"

Q: This site seems like that you can lean Japanese of Manga.
If it is possible,you try access it. does this sound natural?
A: I can see the kanji for English in your Japanese sentence so I'm going to assume you meant English.

That being said, I think you were trying to say, "On this site, it seems you can learn English by using Manga. If possible, please try accessing it (the website).
Q: another+new e.g. "The site asks me another new password." does this sound natural?
A: "The site asks me for another new password." < 👍🏼
Q: The site of this year’s RubyConf is TEXAS. does this sound natural?
A: We'd say "This year's RubyConf is held in Texas."
Q: Traveling the site where I've never seen before is widening my vision, world.
So, I bought these book called "A stunning view where I want to go by the time I will pass away." I'm gonna conquer the world!!

I want to say like this thing like native! Is this correct?
A: "I want to travel to places I've never been before to widen my vision of the world.
So I bought this book called "stunning views I want to see before I pass away". I'm gonna conquer the world!"

This sounds more native! Really good work though!
Q: What does "rendered to a black site" in 306, 307 mean?
A: Oh, this is a nasty one. Especially in the 2000s, the United States maintained what were called "black sites" in Europe and the Middle East - that is, secret sites where they could do illegal things. People were disappeared into them and tortured. Being sent to one of these sites was known as "extraordinary rendition" - extraordinary because it was outside the usual reach of the law. That's why the speaker says "I can have you rendered".

It was a bad phase in history, and one I'm not sure is over yet. I'm ashamed to say that my own country, the UK, cooperated with this.

Meanings and usages of similar words and phrases

Latest words


HiNative is a platform for users to exchange their knowledge about different languages and cultures. We cannot guarantee that every answer is 100% accurate.

Newest Questions
Topic Questions
Recommended Questions