Quick answer
"Disponible" is an adjective which is often translated as "available", and "accesible" is an adjective which is often translated as "accessible". Learn more about the difference between "disponible" and "accesible" below.
disponible(
dees
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poh
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nee
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bleh
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (unoccupied)
a. available
Si estás disponible, ¿podemos hablar de mi horario?If you're available, can we talk about my schedule?
b. free
Hay tres asientos disponibles cerca de la ventana.There are three free seats close to the window.
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accesible(
ahk
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seh
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see
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bleh
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (easy to access)
a. accessible
Hemos comprado una casa en un lugar poco accesible para los carros.We bought a house in a place which is not very accessible by road.
2. (easy to talk to)
a. approachable
Aunque el escritor es famoso, es una persona muy accesible y le gusta conocer a sus fans.Even though the writer is famous, he's a very approachable person and likes to get to know his fans.
3. (inexpensive)
a. affordable
Este bolso es más accesible que el otro porque no es de marca.This purse is more affordable than the other one because it's not a brand name.
4. (easy to understand)
a. accessible
Este libro está escrito en un estilo muy accesible para niños pequeños, y tiene muchos dibujos.This book is written in a style that's very accessible for young children, and has lots of illustrations.
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