Meaning of ACCESS in English

ACCESS

I.

noun

ADJECTIVE

▪ direct , easy , free , full , good , ready , unfettered , unlimited , unrestricted

Students have easy ~ to libraries.

▪ limited , poor , restricted

Access to this information is severely restricted.

▪ unauthorized

▪ greater , improved

▪ fast , immediate , instant , quick , rapid

▪ secure

▪ equal

Men and women should have equal ~ to education and employment.

▪ universal

universal ~ to education

▪ public

▪ vehicle , vehicular ( BrE ), wheelchair

▪ broadband , dial-up , Internet , network , remote , Wi-Fi , wireless

high-speed Internet ~

VERB + ACCESS

▪ have

▪ gain , get

▪ give (sb) , offer (sb) , provide (sb with)

The computer provides ~ to all the information.

▪ demand , require , seek , want

▪ control

▪ allow (sb) , grant (sb)

▪ block , deny sb , limit , prevent , refuse (sb) , restrict

Some people are being denied ~ to adequate medical care.

ACCESS + NOUN

▪ point

▪ road , route

▪ code

▪ course (= helping people without qualifications to study) ( BrE )

PREPOSITION

▪ ~ for

improved ~ for disabled visitors

▪ ~ to

He was finally granted ~ to the medical records.

II.

verb

Access is used with these nouns as the object: ↑ account , ↑ application , ↑ archive , ↑ computer , ↑ content , ↑ data , ↑ database , ↑ email , ↑ file , ↑ information , ↑ Internet , ↑ menu , ↑ network , ↑ page , ↑ record , ↑ resource , ↑ service , ↑ site , ↑ web , ↑ website

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