Online Google Dictionary

access 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/ˈakˌses/,
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accesses, plural;
  1. Approach or enter (a place)
    • - single rooms have private baths accessed via the balcony
  2. Obtain, examine, or retrieve (data or a file)

Noun
  1. A means of approaching or entering a place
    • - the staircase gives access to the top floor
    • - wheelchair access
    • - the bypass will greatly improve road access
    • - the building has a side access
  2. The right or opportunity to use or benefit from something
    • - do you have access to a computer?
    • - awards to help people gain access to training
  3. The right or opportunity to approach or see someone
    • - we were denied access to our grandson
  4. The action or process of obtaining or retrieving information stored in a computer's memory
    • - this prevents unauthorized access or inadvertent deletion of the file
  5. Denoting noncommercial broadcasting produced by local independent groups, rather than by professionals
    • - public-access television
  6. An attack or outburst of an emotion
    • - I was suddenly overcome with an access of rage

  1. entree: the right to enter
  2. obtain or retrieve from a storage device; as of information on a computer
  3. reach or gain access to; "How does one access the attic in this house?"; "I cannot get to the T.V. antenna, even if I climb on the roof"
  4. the right to obtain or make use of or take advantage of something (as services or membership)
  5. a way of entering or leaving; "he took a wrong turn on the access to the bridge"
  6. a code (a series of characters or digits) that must be entered in some way (typed or dialed or spoken) to get the use of something (a telephone line or a computer or a local area network etc.)
  7. Access © or Access Copyright is the operating name of a Canadian business corporation whose official registration name is The Canadian Copyright Licensing Agency (formerly Cancopy). ...
  8. ACCESS is the youth network of the Australian Institute of International Affairs, a non-government institution dealing with all aspects of Australia's foreign relations and international affairs.
  9. Access (Axel Asher) is a fictional character owned by both DC Comics and Marvel Comics. He made his first appearance in DC vs. Marvel #1 (March 1996), a special crossover between the two companies. ...
  10. Access is a defunct credit card, originally introduced in the United Kingdom in 1972 by a consortium of National Westminster Bank, Midland Bank (now HSBC), Lloyds Bank (now Lloyds TSB), and The Royal Bank of Scotland, as a rival to the established Barclaycard (VISA). ...
  11. Access is a catalytic process that enables interactions, contacts and exchanges among people, businesses and nations. ...
  12. Access (earlier known as AXS) is a popular Japanese music group. Its members are Daisuke Asakura and Hiroyuki Takami; it is a part of Sony Music Japan.
  13. (ACCESSED) meta refers to the date and time that the file was opened.
  14. (accesses) Indoctrination to classified material that has additional security requirements or caveats. ...
  15. The right to enter a property. Access may be restricted to certain times, to certain persons and to certain purposes (i.e. access for the purpose of inspection).
  16. That which enables a device, appliance or equipment to be reached.
  17. Right to enter or use health care services.
  18. A person's ability to obtain affordable medical care on a timely basis.
  19. Basically, how accessible is the property? The room to park a vehicle, the distance from vehicle to front door, the availability of lifts, how many floors the building has, and so on, all have an influence on access.
  20. A means of entering a property or building. Ability to reach something.
  21. A database system developed by Microsoft. Part of Microsoft Office Professional. Mostly used on low traffic web sites running on the Windows platform.
  22. MS Access® published by Microsoft is an easy to use and highly integrated database creation and maintenance software. Capable of online databases, the software is supported with the NT® hosting platform.
  23. Moment of: s. javana.
  24. Access to library materials and services, on one dimension, is represented in the location of physical facilities. Because libraries are travelled-to outlets, marketing location theories can be applied successfully to library siting. (Wood and Koontz)
  25. The potential for or actual entry of a population into the health system. Entry is dependent on the wants, resources, and needs that individuals bring to the care-seeking process. ...