Access ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Access ( noun )

  1. The means or opportunity to approach or enter a place.
  2. The means or opportunity to use or enter something.
  3. The ability to obtain, look at, or use something, especially information.
  4. The act of approaching or entering a particular place or thing.
  5. The right or permission to enter or use a particular place or thing.

Origin:

Late middle english: from old french acces, from latin accessus, from accedere "go to, approach".

Examples:

  1. The building has limited access for the disabled.
  2. He has access to the company's financial records.
  3. She has access to the latest research.
  4. The road provides access to the beach.
  5. The company's website provides customers access to their account information.

(As a verb)

Access ( verb )

  1. The means or opportunity to approach or enter a place.
  2. The means or opportunity to use or enter something.
  3. The ability to obtain, look at, or use something, especially information.
  4. The act of approaching or entering a particular place or thing.
  5. The right or permission to enter or use a particular place or thing.

Origin:

Late middle english: from old french acces, from latin accessus, from accedere "go to, approach".

Examples:

  1. The building has limited access for the disabled.
  2. He has access to the company's financial records.
  3. She has access to the latest research.
  4. The road provides access to the beach.
  5. The company's website provides customers access to their account information.
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