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US [ˈækˌses]
UK [ˈækses]
  • v.进入;〈正式〉到达;【IT】获得或储存(电脑文件)
  • n.通道;入口;机会;权力
  • Web存取;接近;数据库
Simple Present:accesses  Present Participle:accessing  Past Tense:accessed  
Access
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n.
1.
通道;通路;入径a way of entering or reaching a place
The police gained access through a broken window.
警察从一扇破窗户钻了进去。
The only access to the farmhouse is across the fields.
去那农舍的唯一通路是穿过田野。
Disabled visitors are welcome; there is good wheelchair access to most facilities.
欢迎残疾人士参观,坐轮椅可以方便地到达多数设施。
2.
~ (to sth)
(使用或见到的)机会,权利the opportunity or right to use sth or to see sb/sth
Students must have access to good resources.
学生必须有机会使用好的资源。
You need a password to get access to the computer system.
使用这个计算机系统需要密码。
access to confidential information
接触机密情报的机会
Journalists were denied access to the President.
记者被挡住,无法见到总统。
Many divorced fathers only have access to their children at weekends(= they are allowed by law to see them only at weekends) .
很多离婚父亲只有在周末才有权见自己的孩子。
v.
1.
~ sth
访问,存取(计算机文件)to open a computer file in order to get or add information
2.
~ sth
到达;进入;使用to reach, enter or use sth
The loft can be accessed by a ladder.
搭梯子可以上阁楼。

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