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Difference between Sight, Cite, Site


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Sight: Vision, View

Site: area of a land, or a place.

Cite: refer to something, mention


Sample Usage

Sight:(Noun)

1) His eye sight is becoming bad to worse.
2) She fell in love with him at the first sight.

Site: (Noun)

1) The site was offered to me at Rs.1000/ per sq.foot.
2) He went to the site to check the progress of the construction of his
bungalow.

Cite: (Verb)

1) He was confused to decide where to invest money, to cite an example I showed
him my investment plan.
2) The terms and conditions of this sale is as cited in the agreement.


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