have access (to)

This page is about the collocation have access (to)

collocation pattern: verb + noun


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.

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