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ex·clu·sion

 (ĭk-sklo͞o′zhən)
n.
1. The act or practice of excluding.
2. The condition or fact of being excluded.

[Middle English exclusioun, from Latin exclūsiō, exclūsiōn-, from exclūsus, past participle of exclūdere, to shut; see exclude.]

ex·clu′sion·ar′y (-zhə-nĕr′ē) adj.

exclusion

(ɪkˈskluːʒən)
n
the act or an instance of excluding or the state of being excluded
exˈclusionary adj

ex•clu•sion

(ɪkˈsklu ʒən)

n.
1. an act or instance of excluding.
2. the state of being excluded.
3. Physiol. a keeping apart; blocking of an entrance.
[1375–1425; late Middle English < Latin]
ex•clu′sion•ar′y, adj.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.exclusion - the state of being excludedexclusion - the state of being excluded    
situation, state of affairs - the general state of things; the combination of circumstances at a given time; "the present international situation is dangerous"; "wondered how such a state of affairs had come about"; "eternal truths will be neither true nor eternal unless they have fresh meaning for every new social situation"- Franklin D.Roosevelt
banishment, Coventry, ostracism - the state of being banished or ostracized (excluded from society by general consent); "the association should get rid of its elderly members--not by euthanasia, of course, but by Coventry"
debarment - the state of being debarred (excluded from enjoying certain possessions or rights or practices)
inclusion - the state of being included
2.exclusion - the state of being excommunicatedexclusion - the state of being excommunicated  
rejection - the state of being rejected
3.exclusion - a deliberate act of omission; "with the exception of the children, everyone was told the news"
omission - neglecting to do something; leaving out or passing over something
4.exclusion - the act of forcing out someone or somethingexclusion - the act of forcing out someone or something; "the ejection of troublemakers by the police"; "the child's expulsion from school"
defenestration - the act of throwing someone or something out of a window
banishment, proscription - rejection by means of an act of banishing or proscribing someone
deportation - the expulsion from a country of an undesirable alien
ostracism - the act of excluding someone from society by general consent
barring, blackball - the act of excluding someone by a negative vote or veto
ousting, ouster - the act of ejecting someone or forcing them out

exclusion

noun
1. ban, bar, veto, refusal, boycott, embargo, prohibition, disqualification, interdict, proscription, debarment, preclusion, forbiddance, nonadmission They demand the exclusion of former communists from political life.
2. elimination, exception, missing out, rejection, leaving out, omission, repudiation the exclusion of dairy products from your diet
Translations
مَنْع، إسْتِبْعاد، طَرْد، إقْصاء
udelukkelseundtagelse
útilokun
izključitev
hariç tutma

exclusion

[ɪksˈkluːʒən]
A. Nexclusión f
to the exclusion ofcon exclusión de
B. CPD exclusion clause Nclaúsula f de exclusión
(total) exclusion zone Nzona f de exclusión (total)

exclusion

[ɪkˈskluːʒən] n
[person] → exclusion f
exclusion from a team → exclusion d'une équipe
exclusion from rights → dénégation des droits
(= expulsion from school) [pupil] → renvoi m, exclusion f temporaire
exclusion from school → renvoi m de l'école, exclusion f temporaire de l'école
(= removal) → suppression f
to the exclusion of → à l'exclusion deexclusion clause nclause f d'exclusionexclusion zone nzone f d'exclusion

exclusion

nAusschluss m(from von); (from school) → Ausschluss mvon Unterricht; she thought about her job to the exclusion of everything elsesie dachte ausschließlich an ihre Arbeit

exclusion

:
exclusion clause
n (Insur) → Haftungsausschlussklausel f
exclusion order
n (Jur, against suspected terrorist, football hooligan) → Einreiseverbot nt; (against spouse) → Hausverbot nt

exclusion

[ɪksˈkluːʒn] nesclusione f
to the exclusion of → escludendo

exclude

(ikˈskluːd) verb
1. to prevent (someone) from sharing or taking part in something. They excluded her from the meeting.
2. to shut out; to keep out. Fill the bottle to the top so as to exclude all air.
3. to leave out of consideration. We cannot exclude the possibility that he was lying.
exˈclusion (-ʒən) noun
exˈcluding preposition
not counting; without including. The club's expenses, excluding the cost of stationery, amounted to $251.
References in classic literature ?
Month after month for the six years in which the "Editor's Study" continued in the keeping of its first occupant, its lesson was more or less stormily delivered, to the exclusion, for the greater part, of other prophecy, but it has not been found well to keep the tempestuous manner along with the fulminant matter in this volume.
I asked them if they supposed a nation of people ever existed, who, with a free vote in every man's hand, would elect that a single family and its descendants should reign over it forever, whether gifted or boobies, to the exclusion of all other families -- including the voter's; and would also elect that a certain hundred families should be raised to dizzy summits of rank, and clothed on with offensive trans- missible glories and privileges to the exclusion of the rest of the nation's families -- INCLUDING HIS OWN.
As soon as he got home, Utterson sat down and wrote to Jekyll, complaining of his exclusion from the house, and asking the cause of this unhappy break with Lanyon; and the next day brought him a long answer, often very pathetically worded, and sometimes darkly mysterious in drift.
He read without understanding half of it, read only to forget, if but for a moment, what he had too long been thinking of so painfully to the exclusion of all else.
To the utter exclusion, I suppose," he remarked, "of me?
In the intervals of pandemonium, each chattered, cut up, hooted, screeched, and danced, himself sufficient unto himself, filled with his own ideas and volitions to the exclusion of all others, a veritable centre of the universe, divorced for the time being from any unanimity with the other universe-centres leaping and yelling around him.
In plain truth, she had simply taken her place in my mind, to the exclusion of every other person and every other subject.
There was a sense of closeness from the exclusion of fresh air, and a gloom and heaviness around, as though long imprisonment had made the very silence sad.
Furthermore, as his windpipe solely opens into the tube of his spouting canal, and as that long canal --like the grand Erie Canal --is furnished with a sort of locks (that open and shut) for the downward retention of air or the upward exclusion of water, therefore the whale has no voice; unless you insult him by saying, that when he so strangely rumbles, he talks through his nose.
The term of nine years appears to be a prudent mediocrity between a total exclusion of adopted citizens, whose merits and talents may claim a share in the public confidence, and an indiscriminate and hasty admission of them, which might create a channel for foreign influence on the national councils.
Darcy stood near them in silent indignation at such a mode of passing the evening, to the exclusion of all conversation, and was too much engrossed by his thoughts to perceive that Sir William Lucas was his neighbour, till Sir William thus began:
All minds that do not possess the natural sources of exclusion, are fond of creating them by means of a subordinate and more artificial character.