accessing

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English - Turkish
erişmek
access
erişim

Benim onun kitaplığına erişimim var. - I have access to his library.

Tüm öğrencilerin kütüphaneye erişimi var. - All students have access to the library.

access
giriş

Dosyalarımıza giriş için FTP'nin nasıl kullanılacağına dair bilgileri ekledim. - I have attached instructions on how to use FTP to access our files.

Acil internet girişi olan bir çevre yaratmazsak, bizim şirketimizde geride kalacak. - Our company is going to be left behind too if we don't create an environment in which we can get instant Internet access.

Access
{i} erişme

Tabii ki Başbakan'a erişmek zordur. - Of course it's difficult to gain access to the Prime Minister.

Sami, Leyla'nın parasına erişmek istiyordu. - Sami wanted to access Layla's money.

access
{f} bağlamak
access
{i} bilgisayar sistemine girip bilgi almak izni (bilgisayar)
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kullanım
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geçit
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(Politika, Siyaset) girme

Her şahıs memleketin kamu hizmetlerine eşitlikle girme hakkını haizdir. - Everyone has the right of equal access to public service in his country.

access
(Tıp) akse

Bu ışıltılı aksesuvar senin svetşörtüne uymuyor. Bunu dene! - That glittering accessory doesn't go with your sweatshirt. Try this on!

Tom'un mağazası golf sopası, top, ayakkabı ve diğer aksesuarları satmaktadırç - Tom's store sells golf clubs, balls, shoes and other accessories.

access
nüfuz
access
yaklaşım
access
kulanma hakkı
access
(Politika, Siyaset) katılıma
access
(Kanun) geçit hakkı
access
kullanma
access
(Kanun) mürur hakkı
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(Dilbilim) edinebilirlik
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kullanma hakkı
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{f} eriş

Havaalanına kolay erişimi olan bir yerde kalalım. - Let's stay somewhere with easy airport access.

Uzak bilgisayarlarıma erişmek için sık sık SSH'ı kullanırım. - I often use SSH to access my computers remotely.

access
ulaşma

Kablo olmadan internete ulaşmak mümkündür. - It is possible to access the Internet without a wire.

access
ulaşım
access
nöbet have access yanına girebilmek
Access
{i} hastalık nöbeti
Access
{i} yaklaşma
access
(Hukuk) giriş /girme
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artma
access
methal
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(Askeri) ERİŞİM, NÜFUZ, TEMAS, GİRİŞ, KULLANMA, ERİŞME VEYA GİRİŞ HAKKI YADA VASITASI
access
(Tıp) Nöbet, akse
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{i} to (biriyle) görüşme imkânı; (bir şeyden) faydalanma hakkı/imkânı: He has access to him. İstediğinde onunla
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huzura kabul edilmek
access
yol

Şehre demir yolu ile erişilebilir. - The town is accessible by rail.

Yere kara yoluyla ulaşılamaz. - The place is not accessible by land.

access
(Avrupa Birliği) giriş, girme,katılma; erişim
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{i} yanaşmak
access
Çoğalma
access
erişim erişim, erişmek
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(fiil) bağlamak
English - English
present participle of access
access
The right of a non-custodial parent to visit their child
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The process of locating data in memory
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Connection to or communication with a computer program or to the Internet
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A way or means of approaching or entering; an entrance; a passage
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An onset, attack, or fit of disease; an ague fit
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To have access to (data)
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To gain or obtain access to
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a way of approach or entrance; passage
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{n} admission, approach, addition, means of approach, invasion of disease or paroxism
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the ability and means to communicate with or otherwise interact with a system: a specific type of interaction between a subject and an object that results in the flow of information from one to the other A subject may access a file object to obtain data, or a subject may access a system resource and give it command information in order to obtain service There is not full agreement on the definition of access: some would insist that the simple ability to receive information is not access unless the subject can also command the object
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the right to enter
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The ability to gain entry to a database or other digital information
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1 (COMSEC) Capability and opportunity to gain knowledge of or to alter information or material 2 (AIS) Ability and means to communicate with (i e input to or receive output from), or otherwise make use of any information, resource, or component in an AIS NOTE: An individual does not have "access" if the proper authority or a physical, technical, or procedural measure prevents them from obtaining knowledge or having an opportunity to alter information, material, resources, or components [1]
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A means of entering a property or building Ability to reach something
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The availability of records of a public body for a person to view or copy The Act provides any person with a right of access to records or to their own personal information that is in the custody or under the control of a public body
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A specific type of interaction between a submission and communications or information resources that results in a flow of information, the exercise of control, or the activation of a process
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Rights and means to approach or engage in with understanding Assessments provide for equal access when they include tasks that are shown to be equally appropriate for all students, allow multiple approaches and strategies, and accept multiple justifiable responses See open-ended questions
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This privacy requirement is one of the Fair Information Practices Individuals should be able to find out what information is in their files and how the information is being used Individuals must be able to correct information in their records
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the right to obtain or make use of or take advantage of something (as services or membership)
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n , v t 1 v t (a place, or array) to read_1 or write_1 the value of the place or an element of the array 2 n (of a place) an attempt to access_1 the value of the place
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The right to enter a property Access may be restricted to certain times, to certain persons and to certain purposes (i e access for the purpose of inspection)
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the availability of an archival entity for consultation as a result either or both of legal authorization and the existence of finding aids; access may also be affected by the physical state of the materials, or the need to conserve them
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The main aim of Access programmes is to prepare adult learners from non-traditional backgrounds and under-represented groups for admission to undergraduate education They often lead to GCSEs and A levels and are run by Colleges of Further Education ACCESS to teaching would offer GCSE Mathematics, English and Science and appropriate A levels for Initial Teacher Training degree entry
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(computer science) the operation of reading or writing stored information
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(n ) In general, the availability of information; ability or privilege to obtain wanted materials such as books Direct access allows one to go directly to the stacks for books or periodicals (v ) To look up, to consult
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The ability or the means necessary to read, write, modify, or communicate data/information or otherwise make use of any system resource
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A term referring to the means by which a person or computer accesses the Internet Also see Connectivity
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Availability of medical care Determined by availability of transportation, location, type of medical services in the area, etc
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ACCESS courses are designed to give mature students evidence of recent study They may lead to GCSEs and A levels and are run by Colleges of Further Education ACCESS to teaching would offer GCSE mathematics, English and science and appropriate A levels for ITT degree entry Advanced GNVQ - Advanced General National Vocational Qualification - similar to BTEC and the equivalent of 2 A level course subjects offered have a vocational element such as childhood studies AS - Formerly Advanced Supplementary qualifications, now known as Advanced Subsidiary A2 enables the student to continue studying for a second year and achieve a full A level qualification
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A specific type of interaction between a subject (i e , person, process, or input device) and an object (i e , an AIS resource such as a record, file, program, output device) that results in the flow of information from one the other
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reach or gain access to; "How does one access the attic in this house?"; "I cannot get to the T V antenna, even if I climb on the roof"
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- The ability to obtain desired healthcare Access is more than having insurance coverage or the ability to pay for services It is also determined by the availability, acceptability, cultural appropriateness, location, hours of operation, transportation and cost of services
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the ability to read, write or alter data; there can be varying degrees or levels; one can grant access by permissions; see your browser's Help for how to grant permissions to websites to different levels of access to your computer
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Ability and means to communicate with (i e input to or receive output from), or otherwise make use of any information, resource, or component in an AIS NOTE: An individual does not have "access" if the proper authority or a physical, technical, or procedural measure prevents them from obtaining knowledge or having an opportunity to alter information, material, resources, or components
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As defined in the handbook, access is assumed to mean continued, ongoing usability of a digital resource, retaining all qualities of authenticity, accuracy and functionality deemed to be essential for the purposes the digital material was created and/or acquired for
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{i} database software manufactured by Microsoft (Computers)
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1) The right to enter or use a system and its resources; to read, write, modify, or delete data; or to use software processes or network bandwidth 2) Opportunity to make use of an information system (IS) resource
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When used in its broadest sense, this term encapsulates the purpose of librarianship--enabling people to identify, locate, and use the information that will meet their educational, occupational, and personal needs Librarians espouse principles of free inquiry and intellectual freedom; they oppose barriers to access, such as censorship or restrictions based on age, cost, etc In library organizational structure, access services encompasses functions such as circulation, interlibrary loan, technical services In the context of automated information systems, one talks about the way a computer "accesses" records in a file In cataloging, access points are the names, subject headings, etc , which lead to the bibliographic record
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The ability or opportunity to obtain knowledge of classified information An individual, in fact, may have access to classified information by being in a place where such information is kept, if the security measures that are in force do not prevent him/her from gaining knowledge of such information
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The right or ability of approaching or entering; admittance; admission; accessibility
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a way of entering or leaving; "he took a wrong turn on the access to the bridge"
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[In this sense accession is more generally used
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The act of approaching or entering; an advance
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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
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{f} gain entrance to; get at, reach
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An outburst of an emotion; a paroxysm; a fit of passion; as, an access of fury
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Increase by something added; addition; as, an access of territory
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] An onset, attack, or fit of disease
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the act of approaching or entering; "he gained access to the building"
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A paroxysm; a fit of passion; an outburst; as, an access of fury
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A coming to, or near approach; admittance; admission; accessibility; as, to gain access to a prince
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(computer science) the operation of reading or writing stored information the right to obtain or make use of or take advantage of something (as services or membership) reach or gain access to; "How does one access the attic in this house?"; "I cannot get to the T
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The means, place, or way by which a thing may be approached; passage way; as, the access is by a neck of land
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obtain or retrieve from a storage device; as of information on a computer
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antenna, even if I climb on the roof" obtain or retrieve from a storage device; as of information on a computer
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{i} approach; entry; attack of a disease; permission to enter a computer system and/or retrieve data (Computers)
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An increase by addition; accession; as, an access of territory
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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
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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 The Mortimer Hotel offers easy access to central London
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antenna, even if I climb on the roof"
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the act of approaching or entering; "he gained access to the building" a way of entering or leaving; "he took a wrong turn on the access to the bridge" (computer science) the operation of reading or writing stored information the right to obtain or make use of or take advantage of something (as services or membership) reach or gain access to; "How does one access the attic in this house?"; "I cannot get to the T
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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. to find information, especially on a computer
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Admission to sexual intercourse
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