- n. 入口；通道
- n. 接近(的机会)；使用之权
- vt. 进入；(电脑)存取
access control 访问控制
have access to 使用；接近；可以利用
internet access 互联网接入
easy access 便于检修；容易接近
market access 市场准入；进入市场；开放市场
data access 数据存取
multiple access [电脑]多路存取；多路访问
open access 开放存取；开架阅览
direct access [计]直接存取
access network 接入网；接取网络
broadband access 宽带接入；宽频存取；宽带通信
network access 网络接入；网络访问
gain access 获得访问权限
free access 自由访问；自由存取；自由入口
remote access [计]远程访问；远程存取
get access to 获得；接近；可以使用
code division multiple access 码分多址联接方式
random access 随机存取
public access 公共存取
database access 数据库存取
access 选择性必修1000 全国卷频次:2 教材出处:译林版必修B3U3
n.&v.[U]; accesses 0 accessing 0 accessed 1
进入（权）；使用权 & 获取（尤其电脑信息）
They should be given access to the computer it’s connected to.
Many stations have wheelchair access from the car park or entrance to the station platforms.
[U] 1. ~ (to sth) a way of entering or reaching a place
The only access to the farmhouse is across the fields.
Disabled visitors are welcome; there is good wheelchair access to most facilities.
The police gained access through a broken window.
⇨ compare egress
2. ~ (to sth) the opportunity or right to use sth or to see sb / sth
Students must have access to good resources.
You need a password to get access to the computer system.
access to confidential information
Journalists were denied access to the President.
Many divorced fathers only have access to their children at weekends (= they are allowed by law to see them only at weekends).
⇨ compare visitation
[VN] 1. (computing 计) to open a computer file in order to get or add information
2. (formal) to reach, enter or use sth
The loft can be accessed by a ladder.
Access to the papers is restricted to senior management.
Cats should always have access to fresh, clean water.
2 how easy or difficult it is for people to enter a public building, to reach a place, or talk to someone 进入；到达；面见〔的难易度〕
We’re trying to improve access for disabled visitors.
a villa with easy access to the sea
3 the way you use to enter a building or reach a place 入口；通路
Access is by means of a small door on the right.
Access to the restrooms is through the foyer.
4. have access to a car/computer etc to have a car, a computer etc that you can use 有汽车/计算机等可以使用
5 British English the legal right to see and spend time with your children, a prisoner, an official etc 探视权
My ex-husband has access to the children once a week.
6 gain/get access (to something) to succeed in entering a place or in seeing someone or something 进入〔某地〕；见到〔某人或某物〕
The police managed to gain access through an upstairs window.
Related topics: Computers
access2 ●●○ AWL verb [transitive] to find information, especially on a computer 存取，获取〔尤指计算机数据〕
Users can access their voice mail remotely.
Origin access1 (1300-1400) Old French acces “arrival”, from Latin accessus “approach”, from accedere; → ACCEDE
1.N-UNCOUNT 不可数名词进入（权）；通道;入径 If you have access to a building or other place, you are able or allowed to go into it.
【搭配模式】：usu N to n
The facilities have been adapted to give access to wheelchair users.
Scientists have only recently been able to gain access to the area…
The Mortimer Hotel offers easy access to central London.
2.N-UNCOUNT 不可数名词查阅（或使用）的机会（或权利） If you have access to something such as information or equipment, you have the opportunity or right to see it or use it.
【搭配模式】：usu N to n
…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.
3.N-UNCOUNT 不可数名词接近（或面见）的机会（或权利） If you have access to a person, you have the opportunity or right to see them or meet them.
【搭配模式】：usu N to n
He was not allowed access to a lawyer.
My ex-wife deliberately sabotages my access to the children.
4.VERB 动词存取，访问(计算机信息） 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.
[noncount] 1 : a way of getting near, at, or to something or someone通道；途径；入口
All public buildings should provide wheelchair access. [=a way for people in wheelchairs to enter] 所有的公共建筑都应该提供轮椅通道。
The cup holders are placed for easy access. [=so that they can be easily reached] 茶托放在方便拿取的地方。
— often + to
The town wants to increase public access to beaches.
A dirt road provides access to the home.
2 : a way of being able to use or get something使用的权利；获得的机会
We have Internet access at the library.
— usually + to
We have access to the Internet at the library.
I don’t have access to a car right now. [=I don’t have a car that I can use right now] 我目前没有车可用。
Patients need better access to medical care.
increasing children’s access to education
They tried to gain illegal access to the company’s network.
— see also access time
3 : permission or the right to enter, get near, or make use of something or to have contact with someone（进入、接近或使用的）权利，许可 — usually + to
They refused to give the police access to their home.
divorced parents who want increased/improved access to their children
Investigators are trying to gain/get access to his financial records. [=trying to get the right to see his financial records] 调查员们正在争取获得查看他的财务记录的权利。
He was granted/denied access to the report. [=he was given/refused permission to see the report] 他被允许/拒绝查看那份报告。
2 access /ˈækˌsɛs/ verb
accesses; accessed; accessing [+ object] : to gain access to (something)获取；取得；到达: such as
a : to be able to use, enter, or get near (something)获准（使用、进入或接近）
The new system makes it easier to access the money in your bank account.
Your favorite radio stations can be accessed at the touch of a button.
b : to open or load (a computer file, an Internet site, etc.)打开，载入（电脑文件、网站等）
The file loads every time you access the Web site.
The file can be accessed by many users at the same time.
She could work at home by remotely accessing the company’s network.
You’ll need a password to access the database.