Definition of oversite in English:

oversite

noun

  • A layer of concrete used to seal the earth under the ground floor of a house.

    • ‘The integrity of the concrete oversite is crucial to the strength and stability of the finished structure.’
    • ‘The oversite is built on the levelled out and compacted ground within the building and it is thickened out beneath the dwarf or sleeper walls.’

Pronunciation:

oversite

/ˈəʊvəsaɪt/