Incorrect spelling, explanation:
acess is the misspelled version of word access. Access originates in Latin accessus. It came to Middle English as accesse around the XIV century. The contemporary spelling is based on these ancestors. That is why the correct version is access with double c and not acess.
Correct spelling, explanation: access appeared in Middle English around the XIV century as accesse, which came from Latin accessus. Based on these examples, the current spelling was developed. The right form is access, because
acess with one c is a misspelling.
Definition of access:
noun: the ability to get near, enter or approach to and from a place or a person;
The main access to the mansion leads through a park.
– the opportunity or a right to obtain or use something;
Hackers wanted to get access to restricted government files.
Verb: to be able to get inside a place to get something;
You need this card to access the higher floors.
– to be able to use, open, load, or enter something;
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