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have access (to)

This page is about the collocation have access (to)

collocation pattern: verb + noun

Meaning

to be able to get or use something

For example

  • Who had access to my computer while I was away?

  • We wouldn't have such easy access to all this information without the Internet.

Note:
Related collocations include "get access (to)" and "gain access (to)"

Quick Quiz

If you have access to public transport, you

a. have to own a car

b. don't have to own a car

c. have to use public transport

Contributor: Matt Errey