Definition of 'direct access'
Example sentences containing 'direct access'
Accommodation is in individual chalets and there is direct access to the slopes by cable car from the main resort building.The Sun (2012)
This means many kids have direct access to their parents' debit or credit cards linked to the account.The Sun (2012) Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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