accessible

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
ulaşılabilir

Stadyuma otobüs ile ulaşılabilir. - The stadium is accessible by bus.

Piknik alanına kara yolu ile kolayca ulaşılabilir. - The picnic area is easily accessible by road.

(Nükleer Bilimler) erişilebilir

Günümüzde, kitaplar herkes için erişilebilir. - Nowadays, books are accessible to everyone.

Silahlara Amerikalılar tarafından kolayca erişilebilir. - Guns are readily accessible to Americans.

{s} elde edilebilir
açık olmak
ulaşılır
yaklaşılabilir
yanına varılabilir
erişilir
kolay bulunur
{s} kolaylıkla ulaşılabilen
{s} bulunur
{s} görüşülebilen
{s} etkilenebilir
{s} kolaylıkla görüşülebilen
{s} kandırılabilir
{s} to -den etkilenebilir
{s} girilebilir
access
erişim

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

Onun belgelere erişim hakkı vardı. - He had access to the papers.

access
giriş

Onların kütüphaneye giriş izinleri var. - They have access to the library.

Bana kayıtlarına giriş izni verdi. - She gave me access to her records.

Access
{i} erişme

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

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

accessible to
etkilenebilir
accessible lift
engelli asansörü
accessible register
erişilebilir yazmaç
accessible to the public
halka açık
accessible and inaccessible
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) erişilebilir ve erişilemez
accessible surface
(Çevre) ulaşılabilen yüzey
accessible to the
halka açık
access
{f} bağlamak
access
{i} bilgisayar sistemine girip bilgi almak izni (bilgisayar)
access
kullanım
accessibility
{i} ulaşılabilirlik
access
geçit
access
(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
kullanma
access
(Politika, Siyaset) katılıma
access
(Kanun) geçit hakkı
access
(Dilbilim) edinebilirlik
access
nüfuz
access
(Tıp) akse

Konsol veya aksesuarları yüksek sıcaklık, yüksek nem ya da doğrudan güneş ışığına maruz bırakmayın. (5 °C ile 35 °C veya 41°F ile 95°F aralığında sıcaklığa sahip bir ortamda kullanın) - Do not expose the console or accessories to high temperatures, high humidity or direct sunlight (use in an environment where temperatures range from 5 °C to 35 °C or 41 °F to 95 °F).

Ben aksesuarlar olmadan çıplak hissediyorum. - I feel naked without accessories.

access
yaklaşım
access
(Kanun) mürur hakkı
access
kulanma hakkı
accessibility
(Ticaret) girilebilirlik
accessibility
(Bilgisayar) kolay kullanım
accessibility
erişirlik
accessibility
(Bilgisayar) erişim kolaylığı
accessibility
ulaşılırlık
accessibility
ulaşabilirlik
accessibility
(Otomotiv,Teknik) erişebilirlik
access
ulaşım
access
kullanma hakkı
access
{f} eriş

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

Nedense benim e-postama erişemedim. - For some reason I couldn't access my e-mail.

access
ulaşma

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

accessibility
Erişilebilirlik

Amaç erişilebilirliktir. - The goal is accessibility.

accessibility
erişebilme
machine accessible
makine ile ulaşılabilir
made accessible
ulaşılabilir hale getir
make accessible
ulaşılabilir hale getir
access
nöbet have access yanına girebilmek
be accessible
erişilme
wheelchair accessible
tekerlekli sandalye
Access
{i} hastalık nöbeti
Access
{i} yaklaşma
access
erişim erişim, erişmek
access
(fiil) bağlamak
access
Çoğalma
access
{i} yanaşmak
access
(Askeri) ERİŞİM, NÜFUZ, TEMAS, GİRİŞ, KULLANMA, ERİŞME VEYA GİRİŞ HAKKI YADA VASITASI
access
yol

Piknik alanına kara yolu ile kolayca ulaşılabilir. - The picnic area is easily accessible by road.

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

access
methal
access
(Tıp) Nöbet, akse
access
{i} to (biriyle) görüşme imkânı; (bir şeyden) faydalanma hakkı/imkânı: He has access to him. İstediğinde onunla
access
huzura kabul edilmek
access
artma
access
(Avrupa Birliği) giriş, girme,katılma; erişim
access
(Hukuk) giriş /girme
accessibility
{i} kolaylıkla ulaşılabilir olma
accessibility
yanına girebilme olanağı
accessibility
Erişilirlik
accessibility
{i} giriş imkânı
accessibility
{i} kolay bulunabilme
accessibility
{i} yaklaşabilme
accessibility
[n] kolay bulunma olanağı
accessibility
{i} görüşülebilir olma
accessibility
{i} to -den etkilenebilir
accessibility
{i} kolaylıkla görüşülebilir olma
accessibility
ulaşabilme
easy accessible
kolay erişilir
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Easy of access or approach; approachable

an accessible town or mountain.

Easily understood
(followed by to) Open to the influence of

Minds accessible to reason. - Thomas Babington Macaulay.

Of a person, easy to approach; approachable
Obtainable; to be got at

The best information ... at present accessible. - Thomas Babington Macaulay.

approachable
{s} approachable; easily obtainable; easy to relate to; persuadable, easy to influence
{a} that may be come at, to, or near
To be attainable or within one's grasp, free of barriers including language that would hinder achievement of goals or success
Content is "accessible" if it can be used by people with disabilities
Easy to approach, enter, operate, participate in, or use safely, independently, and with dignity by a person with a disability (i e , site, facility, work environment, service or program) Topic areas: Volunteer Management, Operations Management and Leadership, Technology
capable of being approached, as in: The back door is accessible from this path
"A site, building, facility which can be approached, entered, and used by physically disabled people " ANSI 117 1
Easily available, easy to enter, and easy to understand by the intended audience
Anything that is approachable, functional and can be used by people with disabilities, independently, safely and with dignity
Easy to approach, enter, operate, participate in, and/or use safely and with dignity by a person with a disability (i e , site, facility, work environment, service, or program) #
[adj] easy to understand or use
The availability of a facility, program or service to all persons regardless of an mobility, vision, hearing, learning or other impairment See also Accessibility
Content is accessible when it may be used by someone with a disability
Refers to music that's easy to listen to and understand
Within reach
Easily obtained
Easy to approach, enter, operate, participate in, or use safely, independently and with dignity by a person with a disability (i e , site, facility, work environment, service or program)
Said of an object for which the client possesses a valid designator or handle
gen An item is considered accessible when it can be operated, manipulated, serviced, removed, or replaced by the suitably clothed and equipped user with applicable body dimensions conforming to the anthropometric range and database specified by the procuring activity or if not specified by the procuring activity, with applicable 5th to 95th percentile body dimensions Applicable body dimensions are those dimensions that are design-critical to the operation, manipulation, removal, or replacement task [MIL-HDBK-1908B]
information that can be easily accessed by all people including those with disabilities
adj 1 (of an object) capable of being referenced 2 (of shared slots or local slots in an instance of a class) having been defined by the class of the instance or inherited from a superclass of that class 3 (of a symbol in a package) capable of being referenced without a package prefix when that package is current, regardless of whether the symbol is present in that package or is inherited
A webpage and its content are accessible when it can be accessed by people with disabilities
Something that is able to be used by persons with disabilities In the context of computing, this generally means that the software or device should be compatible with access aids, and should be able to transform itself into a needed format
(from a module) A binding that is either owned by the module or imported into the module from another module
Can be approached or entered by the inspector safely without difficulty or damage to the system, structure, or component
When referring to ACM means that the material is subject to disturbance by building occupants or custodial or maintenance personnel in the course of their normal activities
Open to the influence of; with to
If a place or building is accessible to people, it is easy for them to reach it or get into it. If an object is accessible, it is easy to reach. The Centre is easily accessible to the general public The premises are wheelchair accessible + accessibility ac·ces·sibil·ity the easy accessibility of the area
easily obtained; "most students now have computers accessible"; "accessible money"
easy to get along with or talk to; friendly; "an accessible and genial man"
approval If you describe a book, painting, or other work of art as accessible, you think it is good because it is simple enough for people to understand and appreciate easily. literary books that are accessible to a general audience. + accessibility ac·ces·sibil·ity Seminar topics are chosen for their accessibility to a general audience
Easy of access or approach; approachable; as, an accessible town or mountain, an accessible person
capable of being read with comprehension; "readily accessible to the nonprofessional reader"; "the tales seem more approachable than his more difficult novels
If something is accessible to people, they can easily use it or obtain it. The legal aid system should be accessible to more people + accessibility ac·ces·sibil·ity the quality and accessibility of health care
capable of being reached; "a town accessible by rail" easy to get along with or talk to; friendly; "an accessible and genial man" easily obtained; "most students now have computers accessible"; "accessible money" capable of being read with comprehension; "readily accessible to the nonprofessional reader"; "the tales seem more approachable than his more difficult novels
capable of being reached; "a town accessible by rail"
Open to the influence of
frequentable
accessible language
The language that doesn’t exclude anyone
access
The right of a non-custodial parent to visit their child
access
A way or means of approaching or entering; an entrance; a passage
access
To have access to (data)
access
The process of locating data in memory
access
Connection to or communication with a computer program or to the Internet
access
To gain or obtain access to
access
An onset, attack, or fit of disease; an ague fit
accessibility
The quality of being accessible, or of admitting approach; receptibility
accessibly
In an accessible manner
handicapped-accessible
Able to be accessed by people having physical handicaps
access
a way of approach or entrance; passage
access
{n} admission, approach, addition, means of approach, invasion of disease or paroxism
accessibility
{n} the state of being approachable
Access
the right to obtain or make use of or take advantage of something (as services or membership)
Access
the right to enter
Access
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
Access
A term referring to the means by which a person or computer accesses the Internet Also see Connectivity
Access
A means of entering a property or building Ability to reach something
Access
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
Access
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
Access
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
Access
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
Access
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
Access
- 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
Access
{i} database software manufactured by Microsoft (Computers)
Access
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
Access
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"
Access
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
Access
The ability to gain entry to a database or other digital information
Access
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]
Access
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
Access
The ability or the means necessary to read, write, modify, or communicate data/information or otherwise make use of any system resource
Access
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
Access
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
Access
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
Access
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
Access
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
Access
Availability of medical care Determined by availability of transportation, location, type of medical services in the area, etc
Access
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)
Access
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
Access
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
Access
(computer science) the operation of reading or writing stored information
Access
(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
Accessibility
The accessibility level for a building refers to the ability of an individual to come into physical contact with known ACM A value of 1 0 reflects a situation where an individual can without any forced means touch an ACM or have the potential to predicate contact with airborne asbestos fibers A value of 0 2 reflects a situation where an individual has no means of physical contact, short of demolition of walls, floors, etc
Accessibility
In Web pages, it refers to the ability of a Web page to be viewed by everyone, especially people with disabilities who use various assistive technologies Accessible Web pages take into account the special needs of visitors with auditory, visual, mobility, and cognitive impairments and give those users an equivalent browsing experience to that of non-disabled visitors
Accessibility
- As required by the Americans with Disabilities Act, removal of barriers that would hinder a person with a disability from entering, functioning, and working within a place of public accommodation Required restructuring of the facility cannot cause undue hardship for the employer
Accessibility
As required by the Americans with Disabilities Act, removal of barriers that would hinder a person with a disability from entering, functioning, and working within a facility Required restructuring of the facility cannot cause undue hardship for the employer
Accessibility
Most commonly refers to providing access for all people to Web environments including those people with disabilities Designing sites for the way that screen readers, text browsers, and other adaptive technologies interact with the Web, choosing contrasting colors for readability, and providing alternative tags for graphics are examples of making Web sites more accessible
Accessibility
The extent to which computers are easy to use and available to a wide range of users, including people with one or more physical disabilities
Accessibility
Within these guidelines, "accessible Web content" and "accessible authoring tool" mean that the content and tool can be used by people regardless of disability
Accessibility
For the purpose of these guidelines, accessibility refers to federal standards that ensure Web sites are accessible to people with disabilities
Accessibility
The extent to which facilities are barrier free and useable by persons with disabilities, including wheelchair users
Accessibility
The location of a site in terms of how easily it may be reached by customers employees, carriers, and others necessary to the intended use of the property
Accessibility
Accessibility refers to ensuring that Content is accessible, ie ensuring that Content can be navigated and read by everyone, regardless of location, experience, or the type of computer technology used Accessibility is most commonly discussed in relation to people with disabilities, because this group are most likely to be disadvantaged if the principles of accessible Web design are not implemented Failure to follow these principles can make it difficult or impossible for people with disabilities to access Content Creating accessible Content should be an integral part of the Web design philosophy, and accessibility features should be incorporated into all aspects of the design process Testing for accessibility should also be incorporated into any and all user testing regimes, and should never be seen as an isolated event that can occur after other user testing has taken place Designing for accessibility is thus as much a strategic issue as a purely technical one
Accessibility
the quality of being at hand when needed
Accessibility
- (1) The extent to which facilities are barrier free and useable by disabled persons, including wheelchair users (2) A measure of the ability or ease of all people to travel among various origins and destinations
Accessibility
The Web site design guidelines that enable people with disabilities to access and use Web sites with special tools, such as text readers Back to top
Accessibility
When applied to the Internet or Web, the usefulness of the technology to those with learning disabilities, impaired vision or limited dexterity An issue because the Internet/Web was initially a great breakthrough for these persons, but has become increasingly a source of frustration due to poor web site and portal design and increasing dependence on graphics An issue related to Open Access because some cable-provider required browsers, portals and set-top boxes have poor accessibility
Accessibility
A measure of the ease with which a specific population can obtain appropriate health services and be served by facilities within the health care system This concept is used to detect inequity in the availability of health services for different populations defined geographically, socially or in terms of their race, ethnicity, gender or clinical condition
Accessibility
A locational characteristic that permits a place to be reached by the efforts of those at other places
Accessibility
(n ) The degree to which software can be used comfortably by a wide variety of people, including those who require assistive technologies like screen magnifiers or voice recognition An accessible JFC application employs the Java Accessibility API, enables its users to select an appropriate look and feel, and provides keyboard operations for all actions that can be carried out by use of the mouse See also Java Accessibility API, Java Accessibility Utilities, keyboard operation
Accessibility
the attribute of being easy to meet or deal with
Accessibility
The quality of a system incorporating hardware or software that makes it usable by people with one or more physical disabilities, such as restricted mobility, blindness, or deafness
Accessibility
The extent to which facilities are barrier- free and usable by people with disabilities, including those using wheelchairs
Accessibility
The ease with which one can reach a certain place, person or thing A property may be inaccessible because it is located far back along a winding, mountainous road that is often blocked in winter A property may also be said to have good accessibility to highways, shopping, schools etc
Accessibility
Accessibility can mean the ease with which a location is reached or building is entered For those with disabilities it also means providing equal access to information and the ability to complete a task with supporting tools or assistive technologies such as a screen reader or adapted keyboard when using a computer
Accessibility
n the state of being accessible
Accessibility
Ability to reach a destination or use a facility or service without being impeded by physical or other barriers due to auditory, visual, mobility, or cognitive disabilities
Accessibility
The ability to obtain the use of a computer system resource, or the ability and means necessary to store data, retrieve data, or communicate with a system [SRV]
access
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
access
The act of approaching or entering; an advance
access
The right or ability of approaching or entering; admittance; admission; accessibility
access
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
access
An outburst of an emotion; a paroxysm; a fit of passion; as, an access of fury
access
A coming to, or near approach; admittance; admission; accessibility; as, to gain access to a prince
access
the act of approaching or entering; "he gained access to the building"
access
The means, place, or way by which a thing may be approached; passage way; as, the access is by a neck of land
access
{i} approach; entry; attack of a disease; permission to enter a computer system and/or retrieve data (Computers)
access
An increase by addition; accession; as, an access of territory
access
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
access
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
access
[In this sense accession is more generally used
access
] An onset, attack, or fit of disease
access
(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
access
Admission to sexual intercourse
access
antenna, even if I climb on the roof"
access
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
access
antenna, even if I climb on the roof" obtain or retrieve from a storage device; as of information on a computer
access
obtain or retrieve from a storage device; as of information on a computer
access
A paroxysm; a fit of passion; an outburst; as, an access of fury
access
a way of entering or leaving; "he took a wrong turn on the access to the bridge"
access
Increase by something added; addition; as, an access of territory
access
{f} gain entrance to; get at, reach
accessibility
{i} approachability; openness
accessibly
in an accessible manner; with easy access; in an approachable manner; in a susceptible manner
be accessible to
reachable, approachable; able to be persuaded, convincible
machine-accessible
stored in, controlled by, or in direct communication with a central computer
accessible
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