Accessible definition

ăk-sĕsə-bəl
Easily approached or entered.
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Easy to talk to or get along with.

An accessible manager.

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That can be approached or entered.
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Easily obtained.

Accessible money.

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Easy to approach or enter.
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That can be gotten; obtainable.
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Open to the influence of.

Accessible to pity.

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Able to be readily understood or generally appreciated.

An accessible modern poet.

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Easily swayed or influenced.

Accessible to flattery.

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Accessible is defined as something that you can obtain, get to or use.

An example of a handicap accessible building would be one that had ramps and wide doorways.

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Easy of access or approach; approachable.

An accessible town or mountain.

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Easy to get along with.
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Open to the influence of.
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Obtainable; to be got at.
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(art, literature) Easily understood.
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Capable of being used or seen.
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Origin of accessible

  • From French, from Late Latin accessibilis, from accessus, perfect passive participle of accēdō (“approach”)

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  • (easy of access): First attested in the 1640's.

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  • (art, literature): First attested in 1961.

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  • First attested in 1400.

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