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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “access”

access

noun [U]
 
 
/ˈæk.ses/
the method or possibility of getting near to a place or person, or the right to use or look at something
通道;使用途徑;(接近某地或某人的)機會(或方法);(使用某物的)權利
The only access to the village is by boat.
到那個村子去的唯一方法是乘船。
The main access to (= entrance to) the building is at the side.
大樓的主入口在側面。
The tax inspector had/gained complete access to the company files.
稅務稽查員擁有/獲得了查看公司所有檔的權利。
The system has been designed to give the user quick and easy access to the required information.
系統旨在方便使用者快速地獲取所需資訊。
The children's father was refused access to them at any time (= refused official permission to see them).
孩子的父親任何時候都無權探視他們。
Arriving, entering and invading
(Definition of access noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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