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di•rect-ac•cess



Pronunciation: (di-rekt'ak'ses, -ak"-, dī-), [key]
adj. Computers.
pertaining to the ability to obtain data from, or place data in, external storage without the need to sequentially scan other data contained there. Also,random-access.Cf. sequential-access.

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