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access to obtain access to. [1/5 definitions]
account an arrangement that allows one to gain access to a computer, a computer application, or website when one enters a username and password that one has established. [1/15 definitions]
adit an entrance or means of access, esp. a more or less horizontal passageway that leads into a mine.
alley1 a narrow lane giving access to the area behind a row of houses. [1/5 definitions]
areaway a sunken area in front of basement doors or windows allowing access from outside, or permitting light and air to pass through. [1/2 definitions]
ATM card a plastic card that enables the holder to access an automated teller machine to obtain cash drawn from or charged against a bank account.
cable television a form of television in which the sound and picture signals from distant stations are received by a master antenna and then delivered by electrical cable. Cable television typically provides clear reception, access to a large number of channels, and a relatively wide range of programming, whereas conventional television is limited to the reception of signals from local stations.
close off of police or other authority, to block access to (a path, road, or area).
computer lab a room providing access to numerous computers, typically found in a school, library, government institution, or private company. Use of a computer lab is free in public institutions and also in private institutions when one has authorization.
connected acquainted with or having access to a number of people, esp. those of power and importance. [1/3 definitions]
cut off to stop (someone) from gaining access to a place or person. [2/8 definitions]
dial-up related to or being a form of internet access that uses a telephone line to connect a computer to an internet service provider.
digital involving, relating to, or making use of computers and computerized technologies, esp. those which access the Internet [1/5 definitions]
door a comparable opening or means of access or entry into vehicles or furniture. [2/5 definitions]
dragon a fiercely vigilant person, esp. one who controls access to another person, place, information, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
drivethrough a means by which customers can do business with an establishment, at its premises, without exiting their cars. This mechanism generally consists of a window to the establishment where business is conducted and a specially designated lane by which cars can access the window and exit once business is finished. [1/3 definitions]
driveway a private road that provides access from a street to a building such as a house or garage.
encrypt to put (information) into a code, thus protecting it from being read and understood by those not authorized to have access to the information.
entrée a way of gaining access, as to a person, gathering, or society. [1/3 definitions]
esoteric understood or known only by a few persons who have special training, access, or interests. [1/2 definitions]
expressway a divided highway that has limited access and is designed to enable traffic to move rapidly.