English to Igbo Meaning of access - ohere

Access :

ntinye, ohere, Ụzọ mbata, nghọta, ighota, ekele, obibia, ebe mgbaba, ndo, ụzọ, tinyekwa, bilie, dịkwuo, bulie, inweta, ịghọta, N'ezie, agha, mbuso agha, na-akpasu iwe, mgbakwunye, nkwubi, iwe, ime ara ara, ọnụma, na-agba ọsọ

ighota, ohere, ịghọta, ekele, aghọta, nweta

ohereenwetaaccessesinwetana ịnweta
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Definitions of access in English
Noun(1) the right to enter(2) the right to obtain or make use of or take advantage of something (as services or membership(3) a way of entering or leaving(4) a code (a series of characters or digits, typed or dialed or spoken, a telephone line or a computer or a local area network etc.(5) (computer science(6) the act of approaching or entering
Verb(1) obtain or retrieve from a storage device; as of information on a computer(2) reach or gain access to
Examples of access in English
(1) Nor was the lack of wheelchair access to the newly-opened Mango shop missed.(2) The forum will be aired on local public access television prior to Election Day.(3) in an access of zeal(4) They have access to health and life insurance through their employers, or at their own expense.(5) And now that this has happened, they insist that they have some right to have access to him.(6) A side door will be opened by the Minster staff to give access to the side transept and the Chapter House.(7) In principle this meant developing countries should have the right to have access to cheap generic drugs.(8) to have access to sth(9) If we now call overbroad subpoenas an unauthorized access , then unwanted e-mail is a trespass.(10) do you have access to a computer?(11) you can access the garden through this door(12) Hishamudin ruled that their detention was unlawful and done in bad faith as they were denied access to family members and lawyers.(13) He is suspected of breaking Japanese laws prohibiting unauthorised computer access .(14) He was released in August, but remained suspended from the exercise of his offices and was denied access to the Queen.(15) That is the debate over whether illegal aliens should have access to health care and other benefits.(16) wheelchair access
Related Phrases of access
(1) access denied ::
ajụrụ nnweta
(2) access to ::
(3) access point ::
(4) access control ::
ohere akara
(5) random access memory ::
random ohere nchekwa
(6) remote access ::
ime ohere
(7) have access to ::
nwere ohere
(8) access code ::
ohere koodu
(9) access violation ::
ohere mebiri
1. entrance ::
Ụzọ mbata
2. admission ::
4. approach ::
5. access code ::
ohere koodu
7. retrieve ::
8. enter ::
9. get at ::
Different Forms
access, accessed, accesses, accessible, accessing
Word Example from TV Shows
Interesting. Her jaws are clenched.
No tongue access.

Interesting. Her jaws are clenched. No tongue ACCESS.

The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 1

Database access confirmed.

Database ACCESS confirmed.

Westworld Season 2, Episode 10

access it remotely.

BERNARD LOWE: You can't ACCESS it remotely.

Westworld Season 2, Episode 5

- What do you want?
- I need access...

- What do you want? - I need ACCESS...

The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 23

if I could have access to the
restricted area of the library.

if I could have ACCESS to the restricted area of the library.

Game of Thrones Season 7, Episode 1

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