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pass·key

 (păs′kē′)
n.
3. An electronic password.

passkey

(ˈpɑːsˌkiː)
n
1. (Tools) any of various keys, esp a latchkey
2. another term for master key, skeleton key

mas′ter key`


n.
a key that will open a number of different locks, the proper keys of which are not interchangeable.
[1570–80]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.passkey - key that secures entrance everywherepasskey - key that secures entrance everywhere
key - metal device shaped in such a way that when it is inserted into the appropriate lock the lock's mechanism can be rotated
skeleton key - a passkey with much of the bit filed away so that it can open different locks
Translations
GeneralschlüsselPassepartout

passkey

pass key [ˈpɑːskiː] npasse mpass mark n note que les candidats doivent obtenir pour réussir un examen

passkey

passkey

[ˈpɑːsˌkiː] npasse-partout m inv
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Customization options across all models include minimasts, five battery compartment sizes, pallet clamps with openings up to 6 inches, battery interlock switches, and electronic passkey. Toyota Material Handling USA, toyotaforklift.com.
Customization options include mini-masts, five battery compartment sizes, pallet clamps with up to 6-inch openings, battery interlock switches, end of aisle slowdown, and an electronic passkey. Toyota Material Handling, toyotaforklift.com.
In terms of products, Cvent will be focusing on Business Intelligence and has made substantial improvement to its core product lines including, Cvent Supplier Network (CSN), Business Transient and Passkey.
Prosecutors or defense counsel would have to log in to the site, provide their own password, and enter a passkey for the particular case they seek to access.
It basically uses your phone as the passkey for your PC.
Most notable are the integrations of the Passkey and Business Transient solutions into the Cvent platform, which open up new ways for planners to interact with hoteliers while providing hotels with new, highly-targeted marketing channels designed to increase revenue per available room (REVPAR).
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The strength of the Bluetooth security relies primarily on the length and randomness of the passkey. The devices mutually authenticate each other to set up a link for authentication and encryption [12] [13].
The maintenance of French on the menus in Canadian Pacific Hotel dining rooms established the company's elitism; using French on the menu was "more than a subtle allusion to the aristocratic origins of the restaurant; it was a passkey to culture that excluded those where were not wealthy, traveled, and educated." (36) There was a lingering element of status to be represented through the cuisine of the Canadian Pacific Hotels, while the dining car menus were more representative of the changes occurring in middle-class American restaurants.
Handing the govt a potential passkey to millions of phones would be lunacy.
Managers took the extra step of locking the building's front door the week of unrest, requiring staff to swipe a passkey to enter.