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ac·ces·si·ble

 (ăk-sĕs′ə-bəl)
adj.
1. Easily approached or entered.
2. Easily obtained: accessible money.
3. Easy to talk to or get along with: an accessible manager.
4. Easy to understand or appreciate: an accessible artwork.
5. Easily swayed or influenced: accessible to flattery.

ac·ces′si·bil′i·ty, ac·ces′si·ble·ness n.
ac·ces′si·bly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.accessibility - the quality of being at hand when neededaccessibility - the quality of being at hand when needed
convenience - the quality of being useful and convenient; "they offered the convenience of an installment plan"
command - availability for use; "the materials at the command of the potters grew"
print - availability in printed form; "we've got to get that story into print"; "his book is no longer in print"
inaccessibility, unavailability - the quality of not being available when needed
2.accessibility - the attribute of being easy to meet or deal withaccessibility - the attribute of being easy to meet or deal with
friendliness - a friendly disposition

accessibility

noun
1. approachability, availability, readiness, nearness, handiness the town's accessibility to the city
2. availability, possibility, attainability, obtainability growing fears about the cost and accessibility of health care
3. friendliness, informality, cordiality, affability, approachability, conversableness When he was party secretary, he was famous for his accessibility.
Translations
إمْكَانِيَة الوُصُول إلى
dostupnostpřístupnost
tilgængelighed
megközelíthetőség
aîgengileiki
prístupnosť
ulaşılabilirlik

accessibility

[ækˌsesɪˈbɪlɪtɪ] N [of place] → facilidad f de acceso; [of person] → lo asequible, carácter m abordable; [of art, language] → accesibilidad f
they want to increase the accessibility of art to ordinary peoplequieren hacer que el arte sea más accesible al ciudadano medio

accessibility

[əkˌsɛsɪˈbɪlɪti] n
[place, building] → accessibilité f
[service, information, care] → accessibilité f
[book, painting, work art] → accessibilité f

accessibility

n (of place, information)Zugänglichkeit f

accessibility

[ækˌsɛsɪˈbɪlɪtɪ] naccessibilità

access

(ˈӕkses) noun
1. way or right of approach or entry. We gained access to the house through a window.
2. way or right to meet (someone) or use (something). Senior students have access to the library at weekends.
ˈaccess code noun
a combination of characters that is used to obtain permission to enter a computer or a communication network.
acˈcessible adjective
(of a person or place) able to be reached or approached easily. His house is not accessible by car.
acˌcessiˈbility noun
References in classic literature ?
To her amazement she found that some "quite nice" people were saturated with Wells, and that this accessibility to ideas was the secret of their niceness.
His pleasant neatness and compactness, his small hands and feet, his teeming ready brain, his unaffected accessibility, and a certain fine apprehensiveness which stamped him as susceptible from his topmost hair to his tipmost toe, proved irresistible.
I sketched my first contacts with alcohol, told of my first intoxications and revulsions, and pointed out always the one thing that in the end had won me over--namely, the accessibility of alcohol.
The point is," I concluded my sermon, "that it is the accessibility of alcohol that has given me my taste for alcohol.
I read back in my life and saw how the accessibility of alcohol had given me the taste for it.
The prince had traveled a great deal, and considered one of the chief advantages of modern facilities of communication was the accessibility of the pleasures of all nations.
The accessibility of Riah proving very useful as to a few hints towards the disentanglement of Eugene's affairs, Lightwood applied himself with infinite zest to attacking and harassing Mr Fledgeby: who, discovering himself in danger of being blown into the air by certain explosive transactions in which he had been engaged, and having been sufficiently flayed under his beating, came to a parley and asked for quarter.
We are hoping that Lancaster businesses will challenge themselves to become familiar and make sure their businesses comply with ADA, and in turn gain more support from patrons who appreciate the businesses' attention and care to ensure accessibility.
The Department is currently developing regulations specifically addressing the accessibility of goods and services offered via the Web by entities covered by the ADA.
AudioEye Inc (OTC: AEYE) has formed a strategic partnership with the Bureau of Internet Accessibility to provide publishers with validation and remediation services to promote fully accessible web environments according to best practices, thereby assuring compliance with the Communications and Video Accessibility Act (CVAA) and Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.
E-learning and disability in higher education; accessibility research and practice, 2d ed.
The Bureau of Overseas Buildings Operations' (OBO) Barrier-Free Accessibility Program has launched a SharePoint website that provides up-to-date information on the Department's barrier-free accessibility regulations, requirements and procedures.