in si·tu / ˌin ˈsītoō; ˈsē-/ • adv. & adj. in its original place: [as adv.] mosaics and frescoes have been left in situ | [as adj.] a collection of in situ pumping engines. ∎ in position: [as adv.] her guests were all in situ.
in situ. On site, or in position or location. It refers to work done on site, e.g. concrete poured on site rather than pre-cast in a factory.
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