Access

  • 1 access — ac·cess / ak ˌses/ n often attrib 1: permission, liberty, or ability to enter, approach, communicate with, or pass to and from a place, thing, or person public access to federal land access to the courts 2: opportunity for sexual intercourse 3: a …

    Law dictionary

  • 2 Access — may refer to:Companies and organizations* ACCESS (Australia), an Australian youth network * Access Co., a software company * AirCraft Casualty Emotional Support Services * Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Servicespace and technology* …

    Wikipedia

  • 3 Access — ([ˈæksɛs] engl. für Zugang) bezeichnet: Microsoft Access, eine Datenbanksoftware von Microsoft Access (Unternehmen), den Anbieter des Palm OS Betriebssystems dessen Produkt Access Linux Platform Access USA, ein US amerikanisches Mailforwarding… …

    Deutsch Wikipedia

  • 4 Access — Ac*cess (#; 277), n. [F. acc[ e]s, L. accessus, fr. accedere. See {Accede}.] 1. A coming to, or near approach; admittance; admission; accessibility; as, to gain access to a prince. [1913 Webster] I did repel his letters, and denied His access to… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 5 Access — может означать следующее: Microsoft Access  система управления базами данных ACCESS Co., Ltd.  японский разработчик программного обеспечения. Access Linux Platform  операционная система разработанная ACCESS Co., Ltd.  The… …

    Википедия

  • 6 access — access, accession 1. as nouns. The two words are hardly at all interchangeable: accession means arrival or admission, whereas access means the opportunity of arriving or of admission. Accordingly, accession to the throne means becoming sovereign …

    Modern English usage

  • 7 access — [ak′ses΄] n. [ME & OFr acces < L accessus, pp. of accedere, ACCEDE] 1. the act of coming toward or near to; approach 2. a way or means of approaching, getting, using, etc. 3. the right to enter, approach, or use; admittance 4. increase or… …

    English World dictionary

  • 8 access — ► NOUN 1) the means or opportunity to approach or enter a place. 2) the right or opportunity to use something or see someone. 3) retrieval of information stored in a computer s memory. 4) an attack or outburst of an emotion: an access of rage. ►… …

    English terms dictionary

  • 9 access — (n.) early 14c., an attack of fever, from O.Fr. acces onslaught, attack; onset (of an illness) (14c.), from L. accessus a coming to, an approach, noun use of pp. of accedere approach (see ACCEDE (Cf. accede)). The later senses are directly from… …

    Etymology dictionary

  • 10 Access — (izg. àkses) m DEFINICIJA inform. korisnički program za rad s bazama podataka ETIMOLOGIJA engl.: pristup, ime programa© …

    Hrvatski jezični portal

  • 11 access — 1 ingress, *entrance, entree, entry Analogous words: approaching or approach, nearing (see APPROACH vb): *admittance, admission: *way, route, passage: *door, portal, gate, gateway Antonyms: outlet …

    New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • 12 access — [n] admission, means of entry, approach admittance, approach, avenue, connection, contact, course, door, entrance, entree, entry, in, ingress, introduction, key, open arms*, open door*, passage, path, road, route, way; concepts 501,631 Ant.… …

    New thesaurus

  • 13 access — ▪ I. access ac‧cess 1 [ˈækses] noun [uncountable] 1. MARKETING the right to sell goods to a particular market or country without breaking any laws or agreements: access to • Japan agreed to allow foreign manufacturers of satellite equipment equal …

    Financial and business terms

  • 14 Access — Ac|cess [ ɛksɛs ], der; [es], [engl. access = Zutritt < lat. accessus, zu: accessum, 2. Part. von: accedere = hinzukommen] (EDV): 1. Netzzugang. 2. Zugriff, Zugriffsmöglichkeit auf Daten, die in einem Speicher abgelegt sind. * * * I Access  … …

    Universal-Lexikon

  • 15 access — I UK [ˈækses] / US [ˈækˌses] noun [uncountable] *** 1) the right or opportunity to have or use something that will bring you benefits access to: Access to up to date financial information is important to our success. Only 40% of 5 year olds have… …

    English dictionary

  • 16 access — 01. He couldn t send in his homework by e mail because he didn t have [access] to a computer. 02. I can t [access] that account without the personal code. 03. In order for government to be truly responsive to the people, it needs to be… …

    Grammatical examples in English

  • 17 access — Freedom of approach or communication; or the means, power, or opportunity of approaching, communicating, or passing to and from. Sometimes importing the occurrence of sexual intercourse, Jackson v. Jackson, 182 Okl. 74, 76 P.2d 1062, 1066;… …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 18 access — Freedom of approach or communication; or the means, power, or opportunity of approaching, communicating, or passing to and from. Sometimes importing the occurrence of sexual intercourse, Jackson v. Jackson, 182 Okl. 74, 76 P.2d 1062, 1066;… …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 19 access — ac|cess1 W1S3 [ˈækses] n [U] [Date: 1300 1400; : Old French; Origin: acces arrival , from Latin accessus approach , from accedere; ACCEDE] 1.) the right to enter a place, use something, see someone etc access to ▪ Access to the papers is… …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 20 access — ac|cess1 [ æk,ses ] noun uncount *** 1. ) the right or opportunity to have or use something that will bring you benefits: access to: Access to up to date financial information is important to our success. Only 40% of 5 year olds have access to… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English