accessnoun

  • ja接近、立ち入り、出入り
  • ena way or means of entering or approaching

Examples

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Mr. Maguire, you have been warned.
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Do not ask me again.
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This is disgraceful.
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I should have access to a lavatory.
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What about my civil rights?
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Corner.
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I'd like a list of all your employees, whoever had access to the store.
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I'd also like to apologize for my partner.
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His parents didn't give him enough attention.
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The syndicate's cover business is a record label called "We Do International Crimes Records Pew, Pew, Pew."
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It's pronounced "Prrw, Prrw, Prrw."
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We'll need you to gain access to the building, which isn't going to be easy.
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Their security is tighter than Jada Pinkett's mom's abs.
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- Mm. - Tight.
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What is it about this property that makes you feel it's so integral,
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and you can't put it off until after all these legal matters are settled?
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That's a very good question.
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This property gives us many things.
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First, access to the river,
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so I can bring in my fuel directly from any provider in the world straight to my tanks.
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Alfie’s nephew is set to square off against Abarama Gold’s son in a boxing match.
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And Luca pays Alfie for access to the venue – where the entire Shelby family will be.
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As the day of the bout approaches, the family is tense but generally excited for the fight.
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Aware of the still-present threat, after the match begins.
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Arthur follows a suspicious looking man into a back hallway and is ambushed and seemingly killed.
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- Penny! - Sheldon! - Penny!
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What do you want?
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I need access to The Cheesecake Factory's walk-in freezer.
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No, honey, I already told you.
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The hamburger meat is fresh and stored at a safe temperature.
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When you were hired, was it discussed that Dude Perfect would provide you a lunch daily?
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It was not.
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Was it discussed that the Dude Perfect employees
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would have free access to the snack pantry at any point during your day?
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And beverages.
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- Mr. Jones, I will call on you. - Sorry.

Other meanings for access...

accessnoun

  • ja近づく[入る・利用する・入手する]権利
  • enpermission, liberty, or ability to enter, approach, or pass to and from a place or to approach or communicate with a person or thing
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You wanna help people stay connected with the people they already know and care about.
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But you also wanna make it so that people get access to new people, and new perspectives too.
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So we're gonna keep on doing everything that we were doing before,
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to connect friends and family, and to help people share.
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But now we also wanna help people build communities.
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You know what?
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I have to go find some canapés, clear my mind.
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Donna, I can get you canapés.
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I have access to all of them.
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God of Thunder.
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Access denied.
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Strongest Avenger.
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Access denied.
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Strongest Avenger!
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Access denied.
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We went out to all of our employees.
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And we did a comprehensive survey and asked them specifically,
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what is the number 1 benefit that you like from Starbucks?
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And the number 1 thing which, by a factor of many, many,
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was access to college education.
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The thief had to have access to my room
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and know all my movements.
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And they had the key to the master lock
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that only me and my mom possess.
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Does the population have equal access to income-earning opportunities?
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Do they have equal access to new technologies?
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Or is that fixed with a small population?
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He has unlimited resources and access to high-end technology.
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Yeah, he remotely killed his own guy via Bluetooth.
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As a recovering shopaholic, there is nothing worse than having an iPhone in your hand,
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or any smartphone for that matter.
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With the touch of 1 finger, I have access to anything I want.
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I need a new handbag.
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And all of a sudden, I was attacked by this bloodthirsty, rabid creature.
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I wonder, in this office, who has access to a porcupine?
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Or who in this office knows that I have access and is trying to set me up?