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accessible

adjective  /ɪkˈses·ə·bəl, æk-/ us  
possible to approach, enter, or use: The island is accessible only by ferry. Public areas and buildings are now more accessible to people with disabilities. By using more illustrations, he made the magazine more accessible to the public (= easier to understand).
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