Definition of 'accessible to'
Example sentences containing 'accessible to'
One day all land will be accessible to everyone, but until then they have to be made to toe the line.SANDS OF TIME (2003)
Yes, there were staff trapped inside, but not accessible to the rioters: not in a hostage situation and not under threat.RIOT (2003) SEA MUSIC (2003)
Definition of accessible to from the Collins English Dictionary
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