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accessing

verb as in infiltrate

verb as in get at

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For students who have never had access to these opportunities, such programs could begin to erase decades of injustice in the education system.

From Fortune

The fintech is paying a lot for access to Shopify’s merchants.

From Fortune

Another way that those outside of the traditional financial system can be helped by fintech, according to Vosburg, is by using their data to get better access to credit.

From Fortune

Dallas was initially developed as a result of the construction of major railroad lines throughout the area to allow access to cotton, cattle, and later oil.

The less data the media companies can access, the less capable they are of gauging how the various FAST platforms compare and contrast and therefore the less standing they have in their distribution negotiations.

From Digiday

With every family member accessing a different screen in a different room it can feel like we are more disconnected than ever.

In time, we are prisoners of the present forever prevented from accessing our past, or our future.

And according to a new Nielson report adults are accessing the Internet through their phones more now than ever before.

As a condition of his probation, Bartiromo was barred from accessing the Internet for any non-school-related purpose.

Apple also created the preferred devices for accessing this interface, and the music it channeled.

The new methods of accessing information free the legislative politician from the time-consuming task of accumulating data.

To access a book is different from accessing a multimedia knowledge platform.

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On this page you'll find 492 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to accessing, such as: penetrate, permeate, pervade, access, crack, and foist.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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