direct, easy, free, good, ready, unlimited, unrestricted
I lived deep in the country, without easy access to shops.
| limited, poor, restricted
Access to this information is severely restricted.
| improved | immediate, instant, quick, rapid | equal
Men and women should have equal access to education and employment.
| public | vehicular, wheelchair | random
(computing) random access memory
VERB + ACCESS
have | gain, get | give (sb), offer (sb), provide (sb with)
The new computer provides access to all the files.
| demand | seek | allow (sb), grant (sb) | deny sb, prevent, refuse (sb), restrict
Some people are being denied access to proper medical care.
ACCESS + NOUN
improved access for disabled visitors
| ~ to
He was finally granted access to the medical records.
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