acceder


acceder
v.
1 to agree ((consent).
acceder a una petición to grant a request
2 to consent, to accede, to assent, to comply.
Ella accedió a su petición She consented to his request.
3 to come over.
A feeling of fear came over her Una sensación de miedo la accedió.
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acceder
verbo intransitivo
1 (consentir) to consent (a, to), agree (a, to)
2 (tener entrada) to enter
por aquí se accede al jardín this leads to the garden
3 (alcanzar) to accede (a, to)
acceder al poder to come to power, take office
acceder a la universidad be admitted to university, enter university
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verb
1) to agree
2) access, gain access to
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VI
1) (=aceptar) to agree

se lo propuse y accedieron — I suggested it and they agreed

acceder a algo — to agree to sth

el director ha accedido a nuestra petición — the director agreed o acceded frm to our request

acceder a hacer algo — to agree to do sth

2)

acceder a (=entrar)

a) [+ lugar] to gain access to; [+ grupo social, organización] to be admitted to

por esta puerta se accede al salón — you can gain access to the lounge through this door

no pueden acceder al mercado laboral por no tener estudios — they have no access to the labour market because they have no qualifications

este examen os permitirá acceder a la universidad — this exam will enable you to gain admittance to the university

si ganan este partido, acceden a la final — if they win this match they go through to the final

b) (Inform) [+ fichero, Internet] to access

no está autorizado a acceder a la base de datos — he is not authorized to access the database

3) (=conseguir)

acceder a[+ información] to gain access to, access

fue la primera mujer en acceder a este puesto — she was the first woman to assume this post

accedió a la secretaría general — he became secretary general

las personas que no pueden acceder a una vivienda digna — people who have no access to decent housing

los jóvenes tienen dificultades para acceder a un puesto de trabajo — young people have problems finding a job

para acceder a estas becas es necesario ser europeo — only European citizens are eligible for these grants

accedió a una graduación superior — he attained a higher rank, he was promoted to a higher rank

acceder al poder — to assume power

acceder a la propiedad de algo — to become the owner of sth

acceder al trono — to succeed to the throne

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verbo intransitivo
1)

acceder a algo — a lugar to gain access to something; a premio to be eligible for something; a cargo to accede to something (frml)

accedió al trono — he came o succeeded to the throne

2) (ceder)

accedió a regañadientes — he agreed with great reluctance, he reluctantly gave in

acceder a algo — to agree to something, to accede to something (frml)

acceder a + inf — to agree to + inf

accedió a contestar las preguntas — she agreed to answer the questions

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= access, contact, gain + access, get into, accede, gain + admittance.
Ex. Teletext services are broadcast information services which may be accessed in a non-interactive mode.
Ex. Hosts in Europe can also be contacted through the European part of the IPSS network.
Ex. Libraries gain access to their own files by means of terminals connected to the central computer.
Ex. To get into these national and international networks which are suitable for long-distance communication, a telephone link must be used to access the closest node.
Ex. Once Modjeski heard him express sympathy, she knew she could wheedle him into acceding.
Ex. In the early 1800s libraries were used by only the small portion of the population that could gain admittance.
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* acceder a = approach, fall in with, get at, agree to.
* acceder haciendo clic = click.
* acceder ilegalmente = hack.
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verbo intransitivo
1)

acceder a algo — a lugar to gain access to something; a premio to be eligible for something; a cargo to accede to something (frml)

accedió al trono — he came o succeeded to the throne

2) (ceder)

accedió a regañadientes — he agreed with great reluctance, he reluctantly gave in

acceder a algo — to agree to something, to accede to something (frml)

acceder a + inf — to agree to + inf

accedió a contestar las preguntas — she agreed to answer the questions

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= access, contact, gain + access, get into, accede, gain + admittance.

Ex: Teletext services are broadcast information services which may be accessed in a non-interactive mode.

Ex: Hosts in Europe can also be contacted through the European part of the IPSS network.
Ex: Libraries gain access to their own files by means of terminals connected to the central computer.
Ex: To get into these national and international networks which are suitable for long-distance communication, a telephone link must be used to access the closest node.
Ex: Once Modjeski heard him express sympathy, she knew she could wheedle him into acceding.
Ex: In the early 1800s libraries were used by only the small portion of the population that could gain admittance.
* acceder a = approach, fall in with, get at, agree to.
* acceder haciendo clic = click.
* acceder ilegalmente = hack.

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acceder [E1 ]
vi
A
1 (entrar, llegar) acceder A algo to gain access TO sth
un jardín al cual se accede por dos entradas a garden with access from o which you can enter from two points
para acceder a la base de datos to access the database, to gain access to the database
pretendían acceder a los secretos del Pentágono they were trying to gain access to Pentagon secrets
sólo pueden acceder al premio los menores de 15 años only under-15s are eligible for the prize
con esta victoria accede a las semifinales with this win she goes through to the semifinals
2 (a un cargo) acceder A algo to accede TO sth (frml)
no pudo acceder a la presidencia he was unable to accede to o to assume the presidency
accedió al trono he came o succeeded to the throne
B (consentir) to agree
accedió a regañadientes he agreed with great reluctance, he reluctantly gave in
acceder A algo to agree TO sth, to accede TO sth (frml)
accedió a sus deseos she bowed o agreed o acceded to his wishes
accedieron al pago de la deuda they agreed to pay what was owed
acceder A + INF to agree TO + INF
accedió a contestar preguntas del público she agreed to answer questions from the audience
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acceder (conjugate acceder) verbo intransitivo
1 (consentir) to agree;
acceder a algo to agree to sth
2 (entrar) acceder a algo gain access to sth;
(Inf) to access sth.
acceder verbo intransitivo
1 (conceder, transigir) to accede, consent [a, to]
2 (entrar, ser admitido) to gain admittance [a, to]: accedió al cargo en 1973, he ocuppied the post in 1973
3 Inform to access
'acceder' also found in these entries:
English:
accede
- access
- allow
- comply
- consent
- qualified
- assent
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acceder vi
1. [consentir] to agree;
acceder a una petición to grant a request;
accedió a venir she agreed to come;
accedieron a las demandas de los secuestradores they agreed to o acceded to the kidnappers' demands
2. [tener acceso]
acceder a algo to enter sth, to gain entry to sth;
Informát
acceder a una base de datos to access a database;
se puede acceder directamente a la sala por la puerta trasera there is direct access to the hall by the rear entrance;
por esa puerta se accede a la cripta that door leads to the crypt;
desde la biblioteca se puede acceder a Internet you can log on to the Internet at the library;
las sillas de ruedas accederán por una rampa there is wheelchair access via a ramp
3. [alcanzar]
acceder al trono to accede to the throne;
acceder al poder to come to power;
accedió al cargo de presidente he became president;
este título permite acceder a los estudios de posgrado this qualification enables you to go on to do postgraduate studies
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acceder
v/i
1 (ceder) agree (a to), fml
accede (a to);
acceder a un ruego agree to a request;
acceder a los deseos de alguien bow to s.o.’s wishes
2
:
acceder a lugar gain access to, access; cargo accede to
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acceder vi acceder a
1) : to accede to, to agree to
2) : to assume (a position)
3) : to gain access to
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acceder vb
1. (aceptar) to agree
el director accedió a sus peticiones the headmaster agreed to their requests
2. (entrar) to enter
se accede al salón por esta puerta you enter the living room through this door
acceder al poder to come to power [pt. came; pp. come]

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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