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access

noun /ˈӕkses/
way or right of approach or entry
acceso, entrada
The thieves gained access to the house through a window.
way or right to meet (someone) or use (something)
acceso
Senior students have access to the library at weekends.
accessibility noun
accesibilidad
The train company has promised to improve accessibility for passengers with disabilities.
accessible adjective (opposite inaccessible) (of a person or place) able to be reached or approached easily
accesible
His house is not accessible by car.
easy to understand
Accesibles
Her novels are very accessible.
access code noun (computing) a combination of characters that is used to obtain permission to enter a computer or a communication network.
código de acceso
IT Services will issue each student with an access code for the campus network.
(Definition of access from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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