[英 [ˈækses] 美 [ˈæksɛs] ]
过去式：accessed; 过去分词：accessed; 现在分词：accessing;access 基本解释
名词入口，出口; 接近，进入; 增长; 爆发
及物动词接近，进入; 使用，接近，获取access 相关例句
1. Only a few people have access to the full facts of the case.
2. The only access to the town is across the bridge.
3. Students need access to books.
4. There is no access to the street through that door.
1. 通路：系就事业参与市场活动的机会、资格等加以规范,柒.通路取得/媒体近用 本类法律规范,系针对传播媒体通路(access)规定应提供特定人使一.政府徵用 本项法律规范,系针对传播媒体通路(access)规定应依主管机关要二.特定人接近使用媒体 本项法律规范,access 双语例句
1. Key words: communication technology; Ad Hoc network; media access control; cross-layer; backoff algorithm; hop count
关键 词：通信技术；Ad Hoc网络；媒体接入控制；跨层；退避算法；跳数
2. A highly developed technology allows us to access can not rely only on paper, so we could ask, since it is in order to get information, and only 16 days of competition has a strong information chronergical, with almost no continuous 24-hour television broadcasting and the work of the network world, how many digital files need to be real printed out?
3. Fast access to detailed account histories, providing more abundant information and improved planning and analysis.
4. It is currently removable as I m unsure, at this point, if access below will be needed.
5. Support to recover the structure and records of the tables in Access databases.
6. Static random access memory; low-energy neutron; single-event upsets; reactor; feature size; critical charge
7. You can say this region is more developed because it has access to the rivers and to the sea.
8. However, access to the sea, you will be all the oceans.
9. Quality of the natural ecological environment to enable access to the sea was a lot of winning.
10. Incidentally, they are highly developed also because of access to the sea, major rivers and lakes.
11. Serbia should be given free and safe access to the sea....
12. Building site Price: Price is a client of the main issues of concern to the general customers on the Internet is not very familiar with the price of the site difficult to carve and polish, in order to allow customers access to a reasonable price, with you to analyze a site's input.
13. A need to access the instruction address stream.
14. The safety database includes 941 patients from clinical trials and approximately 23, 000 patients in the Expanded Access Program.
15. Highway provide express access to urban agglomeration, which is of importance to the integration of urban agglomerations.
16. He also successfully rolled out access products in APAC and Japan while he was Marketing Director at Agere.
17. A loop-free common control channel is provided in the optical burst switching network to which all network nodes have access.
18. Friends won't guess that your newfound je ne sais quoi is stylishly hidden access to your own personal soundtrack.
19. In addition, high speed of writing and access, nondestructive readout, simple device structure (Metal-Insulator-Metal structure) that is helpful for high density of integration, lower power consumption.
20. Recently, many kinds of next-generation nonvolatile memories, such as resistive random access memory and phase change memory, have attracted a lot of attention. Because of the RRAM possesses the bistable conductivity switching characteristics, the device can exhibit two different conductivities at the same applied voltage. In addition, the RRAM with high operation speed, nondestructive readout, and simple device structure are helpful for high density of integration and lower power consumption. Therefore, the RRAM has been proposed to be a possible candidate of next-generation nonvolatile memories.
If you have access to a building or other place, you are able or allowed to go into it.
e.g. The facilities have been adapted to give access to wheelchair users.
e.g. 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.
e.g. ...a Code of Practice that would give patients right of access to their medical records.
e.g. ...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.
e.g. He was not allowed access to a lawyer.
e.g. 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.
e.g. You've illegally accessed and misused confidential security files.
1. The nature of the airline business is to follow that trend and provide people with access to regions where their businesses are growing.
2. Once handed the room access card, a " personal butler " will accompany the guests to the room and all the amenities.
3. Chinese buyers also prefer to buy property in areas close to or with good access to university campuses.
4. The elderly over 70 years old can buy half price tickets by showing their identification and go through a special access gate.
5. He spent about 250 yuan buying a wireless router and a network interface card to have wireless access at home.
6. By now, about 80 percent of the affected homes have access to electricity once again.
7. FDB's drug database will further support medical staff by enabling them to access detailed drug information electronically instead of consulting reference books.
8. Easier access to information worldwide subverts people's reference system by which they define their happiness.
9. Underground pipes and Internet access will be installed and decorative street lamps will be erected by the side of the lake.
10. Underground pipes and Internet access will be installed, and decorative street lamps erected by the side of the lake.access 英英释义
1. the act of approaching or entering
e.g. he gained access to the building
2. a way of entering or leaving
e.g. he took a wrong turn on the access to the bridge
3. (computer science) the operation of reading or writing stored information
Synonym: memory access
4. the right to obtain or make use of or take advantage of something (as services or membership)
5. the right to enter
6. a code (a series of characters or digits) that must be entered in some way (typed or dialed or spoken) to get the use of something (a telephone line or a computer or a local area network etc.)
Synonym: access code
1. reach or gain access to
e.g. How does one access the attic in this house?
I cannot get to the T.V. antenna, even if I climb on the roof
Synonym: get at
2. obtain or retrieve from a storage device
as of information on a computer