What is the
difference between Sight and Site and Cite?
What is the difference between Sight and Site and Cite? :
Sight : (noun)
( 1 ) Ability to see
I have a very good sight.
( 2 ) Action of seeing something / someone
We laughed at the sight of his strange clothes.
( 3 ) Range within which someone can see or something can be seen
The plane crashed out of our sight.
Get out of my sight.
Site : (Noun)
( 1 ) Place where a building, town, etc.. was, is or will be situated
This is the site of our hospital.
( 2 ) Place where something has happened or will happen or for a particular activity
This is the site of the battle of Panipet.
Cite : (verb)
( 1 ) Mention something as an example or to support an argument, refer to…
Can you cite an example in support of your statement?
( 2 ) Speak or write
I cited a verse from a poem by Tennyson.
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