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See also: accéder



accede +‎ -er


acceder (plural acceders)

  1. One who accedes.
    • 1780, John Brown, The Absurdity and Perfidy of All Authoritative Toleration of Gross Heresy[1], Glasgow, Letter 2, p. 128:
      [] lawful covenants, made by the greater part of a society bind the whole, and every future acceder to it,—at least, unless the minority o[f] acceders have, by a proper dissent, diverted the obligation from themselves []
    • 1835, Leigh Hunt, Captain Sword and Captain Pen[2], London: Charles Knight, Advertisement, page 8:
      He mentions this, not, of course, for readers in general, but for the sake of those daily acceders to the list of the reading public, whose knowledge of books is not yet equal to their love of them.

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Borrowed from Latin accēdere.


  • IPA(key): (Spain) /aɡθeˈdeɾ/ [aɣ̞.θeˈð̞eɾ]
  • IPA(key): (Latin America) /aɡseˈdeɾ/ [aɣ̞.seˈð̞eɾ]
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  • Rhymes: -eɾ
  • Syllabification: ac‧ce‧der


acceder (first-person singular present accedo, first-person singular preterite accedí, past participle accedido)

  1. (intransitive) to accede, to agree, to concur
    Synonyms: avenirse, concurrir
    accedió a pagar
    he agreed to pay
    accedió a la sentencia
    he agreed to the sentence
  2. (intransitive) to access
    acceder al contenido de pago
    gain access to the paid content
  3. (intransitive) to enter; to get (into)
    acceder a su cuenta online
    log into your online account
    acceder al interior del edificio
    get inside the building
  4. (intransitive, followed by preposition "a") to achieve
  5. (intransitive, followed by preposition "a") to back down (change one's mind)


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