n. 入口，通道; （使用或见到的）机会/权利
v. 访问，存取（计算机信息）; 到达，进入，使用
If you have access to a building or other place, you are able or allowed to go into it.
The facilities have been adapted to give access to wheelchair users.
Scientists have only recently been able to gain access to the area...
If you have access to something such as information or equipment, you have the opportunity or right to see it or use it.
...a Code of Practice that would give patients right of access to their medical records.
...whether one has access to a dish and the other accoutrements needed to watch satellite TV.
If you have access to a person, you have the opportunity or right to see them or meet them.
He was not allowed access to a lawyer.
My ex-wife deliberately sabotages my access to the children.
If you access something, especially information held on a computer, you succeed in finding or obtaining it.
You've illegally accessed and misused confidential security files.
1. the right to enter
2. the right to obtain or make use of or take advantage of something (as services or membership)
3. a way of entering or leaving;
4. (computer science) the operation of reading or writing stored information
5. the act of approaching or entering;
1. obtain or retrieve from a storage device; as of information on a computer
2. reach or gain access to;
access by remote
easy of access
hard (或 difficult) of access
have (或 gain,get) access to
If an administrator has no access to information, it's as if he was purblind and hard of hearing and had a stuffed nose.
Students at the Belfast campus have access to excellent sports facilities.
An uncustomary access of rage shook my body.
They don't have access to a convertible currency.
A child's access to schooling varies greatly from area to area.