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ex·clu·sive

 (ĭk-sklo͞o′sĭv)
adj.
1. Excluding or tending to exclude: exclusive barriers.
2. Not allowing something else; incompatible: mutually exclusive conditions.
3. Not divided or shared with others: exclusive publishing rights.
4. Not accompanied by others; single or sole: your exclusive function.
5. Complete; undivided: gained their exclusive attention.
6. Not including the specified extremes or limits, but only the area between them: 10-14, exclusive; that is, 11, 12, and 13.
7. Excluding some or most, as from membership or participation: an exclusive club.
8. Catering to a wealthy clientele; expensive: exclusive shops.
9. Linguistics Relating to or being a first person plural pronoun that excludes the addressee, such as we in the sentence Pat and I are in town, so we can meet you for lunch.
n.
1. A news item initially released to only one publication or broadcaster.
2. An exclusive right or privilege, as to market a product.

ex·clu′sive·ly adv.
ex·clu′sive·ness, ex′clu·siv′i·ty (ĕk′sklo͞o-sĭv′ĭ-tē) n.

exclusive

(ɪkˈskluːsɪv)
adj
1. excluding all else; rejecting other considerations, possibilities, events, etc: an exclusive preoccupation with money.
2. belonging to a particular individual or group and to no other; not shared: exclusive rights; an exclusive story.
3. belonging to or catering for a privileged minority, esp a fashionable clique: an exclusive restaurant.
4. (foll by: to) limited (to); found only (in): this model is exclusive to Harrods.
5. single; unique; only: the exclusive means of transport on the island was the bicycle.
6. separate and incompatible: mutually exclusive principles.
7. (immediately postpositive) not including the numbers, dates, letters, etc, mentioned: 1980–84 exclusive.
8. (foll by: of) except (for); not taking account (of): exclusive of bonus payments, you will earn this amount.
9. (Commerce) commerce (of a contract, agreement, etc) binding the parties to do business only with each other with respect to a class of goods or services
10. (Logic) logic (of a disjunction) true if only one rather than both of its component propositions is true. Compare inclusive5
n
(Journalism & Publishing) an exclusive story; a story reported in only one newspaper
exˈclusively adv
exclusivity, exˈclusiveness n

ex•clu•sive

(ɪkˈsklu sɪv, -zɪv)

adj.
1. not admitting of something else; incompatible: mutually exclusive plans of action.
2. omitting from consideration or account (often fol. by of): a profit of ten percent, exclusive of taxes.
3. limited to that which is designated: exclusive attention to business.
4. shutting out all others from a part or share: an exclusive right to film the novel.
5. expensive or fashionable: exclusive shops.
6. single or sole.
7. disposed to resist the admission of outsiders to membership, association, intimacy, etc.: an exclusive circle of friends.
8. excluding or tending to exclude, as from use or possession: exclusive laws.
9. (of a first person plural pronoun) excluding the person addressed, as we in We'll see you later. Compare inclusive (def. 3).
n.
10. a news story obtained by a newspaper along with the privilege of using it first.
11. an exclusive right or privilege.
[1400–50; late Middle English < Medieval Latin]
ex•clu′sive•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.exclusive - a news report that is reported first by one news organization; "he got a scoop on the bribery of city officials"
news report, write up, account, report, story - a short account of the news; "the report of his speech"; "the story was on the 11 o'clock news"; "the account of his speech that was given on the evening news made the governor furious"
Adj.1.exclusive - not divided or shared with others; "they have exclusive use of the machine"; "sole rights of publication"
unshared - not shared
2.exclusive - excluding much or all; especially all but a particular group or minority; "exclusive clubs"; "an exclusive restaurants and shops"
inclusive - including much or everything; and especially including stated limits; "an inclusive art form"; "an inclusive fee"; "his concept of history is modern and inclusive"; "from Monday to Friday inclusive"
3.exclusive - not divided among or brought to bear on more than one object or objectiveexclusive - not divided among or brought to bear on more than one object or objective; "judging a contest with a single eye"; "a single devotion to duty"; "undivided affection"; "gained their exclusive attention"
concentrated - gathered together or made less diffuse; "their concentrated efforts"; "his concentrated attention"; "concentrated study"; "a narrow thread of concentrated ore"

exclusive

adjective
1. select, fashionable, stylish, private, limited, choice, narrow, closed, restricted, elegant, posh (informal, chiefly Brit.), chic, selfish, classy (slang), restrictive, aristocratic, high-class, swish (informal, chiefly Brit.), up-market, snobbish, top-drawer, ritzy (slang), high-toned, clannish, discriminative, cliquish He is a member of Britain's most exclusive club.
select open, public, common, popular, communal, unrestricted
2. sole, only, full, whole, single, private, complete, total, entire, unique, absolute, undivided, unshared We have exclusive use of a 60-foot boat.
sole shared, partial, inclusive, nonexclusive
3. entire, full, whole, complete, total, absolute, undivided She wants her father's exclusive attention.
4. limited, unique, restricted, confined, peculiar Infatuations are not exclusive to the very young.
exclusive of except for, excepting, excluding, ruling out, not including, omitting, not counting, leaving aside, debarring All charges are exclusive of value added tax.

exclusive

adjective
1. Not divided among or shared with others:
2. Singled out in preference:
3. Not diffused or dispersed:
4. Catering to, used by, or admitting only the wealthy or socially superior:
Informal: ritzy.
Translations
باسْتِثْناءخاصفاخِرمَقْصور على فِئَةٍ مُعَيَّنَه
eksklusivmed eneretmondænselektiv
exkluzív
einka-einka-; ekki opinn hverjum sem ereinskorîaîur, sem útilokarfínn, dÿr
išimtinai skirtasišskirtinispirmaklasisprabangumasuždarumas
ekskluzīvs, vienīgsizmeklētsizņēmuma-izslēdzošsnepieejams
výlučný
ekskluziven
ayrıcalıklıçok özelherkese açık olmayanhesaba katılmaksızınkibar

exclusive

[ɪksˈkluːsɪv]
A. ADJ
1. (= for nobody else) [information, use, interview, pictures] → exclusivo
an exclusive report/story (Press) → un reportaje en exclusiva
to have (the) exclusive rights to sthtener la exclusiva or los derechos exclusivos para algo
many of their designs are exclusive to our storemuchos de sus diseños son exclusivos nuestros
2. (= select) [area, club, resort, restaurant] → selecto, exclusivo
we attended an exclusive gathering of theatre peopleasistimos a una selecta reunión de gente del teatro
3. (= undivided) [interest, attention] → exclusivo
4. (= not inclusive) from 1st to 15th exclusivedel 1 al 15 exclusive
exclusive of sthsin incluir algo, excluyendo algo
exclusive of postage and packinggastos mpl de envío y empaquetado exclusivos, sin incluir gastos de envío y empaquetado
exclusive of taxesimpuestos mpl excluidosexcluyendo los impuestos
see also mutually
B. N (Press) (= story) → exclusiva f, reportaje m en exclusiva

exclusive

[ɪkˈskluːsɪv]
adj
(= elitist) [institution] → exclusif/ive
[club, district] → sélect(e)
(= private) [use] → privé(e)
[item of news, interview] → en exclusivité
(= restricted) to be exclusive to → se trouver exclusivement dans
mutually exclusive → qui s'excluent l'un l'autre
to be mutually exclusive → s'exclure l'un l'autre exclusive rights
to be exclusive of tax [price, charge] → ne pas inclure les taxes, ne pas comprendre les taxes
to be exclusive of postage [price] → ne pas inclure les frais d'envoi, ne pas comprendre les frais d'envoi
n (= news) → exclusivité f
advexclusivement
from 1 to 15 March exclusive → du 1er au 15 mars exclusivement, du 1er au 15 mars exclu

exclusive

adj
(= select)exklusiv
(= unshared, unique) use, controlalleinig, ausschließlich; storyexklusiv; exclusive interviewExklusivinterview nt; exclusive offerExklusivangebot nt; an offer exclusive to our readers/to Smith’sein Exklusivangebot für unsere Leser/bei Smith; exclusive propertyAlleineigentum nt; exclusive rights to somethingAlleinrechte plan etw (dat); (Press) → Exklusivrechte plan etw (dat); exclusive rights to coverage of the Olympic GamesExklusivrechte für die Berichterstattung bei den Olympischen Spielen; to have exclusive use of a roomeinen Raum für sich allein haben; this is the exclusive preserve of the privilegeddas ist die ungeteilte Domäne der Privilegierten
(= not inclusive)exklusive inv; our terms are exclusiveunsere Bedingungen verstehen sich exklusive; exclusive of taxes/postage and packing (Comm) → exklusive Steuern/Porto und Verpackung; mutually exclusiveeinander ausschließend; they are mutually exclusivesie schließen einander aus
n (Press: = story) → Exklusivbericht m; (= interview)Exklusivinterview nt; the story was a Times exclusivedie Geschichte wurde exklusiv von der Times gebracht

exclusive

[ɪksˈkluːsɪv] adj
a. (gen, club) → esclusivo/a; (district) → snob inv; (interest, attention) → totale
exclusive agency agreement (Comm) → accordo di esclusiva
exclusive rights → diritti mpl esclusivi
an interview exclusive to ... → un'intervista in esclusiva a...
b. (not including) exclusive of postagespese postali escluse
exclusive of service → servizio escluso
exclusive of VAT → IVA esclusa

exclusive

(ikˈskluːsiv) adjective
1. tending to exclude.
2. (of a group etc) not easily or readily mixing with others or allowing others in. a very exclusive club.
3. given to only one individual or group etc. The story is exclusive to this newspaper.
4. fashionable and expensive. exclusive shops/restaurants.
exˈclusively adverb
exˈclusiveness noun
exclusive of
excluding. That is the price of the meal exclusive of service charge.

exclusive

a. exclusivo-a.
References in classic literature ?
But at last the Bitch, protected by the bodyguard of her Whelps, who had now grown up and were able to defend themselves, asserted her exclusive right to the place and would not permit the shepherd to approach.
Now, flanked by its dozen or more cottages, which were always filled with exclusive visitors from the "Quartier Francais," it enabled Madame Lebrun to maintain the easy and comfortable existence which appeared to be her birthright.
The author has in preparation an annotated anthology of poems from the popular ballads down, exclusive of long poems.
It is not at all probable that this unbridled spirit would pay much respect to those regulations of trade by which particular States might endeavor to secure exclusive benefits to their own citizens.
For one thing," answered Richard, rankling a little, "it won't buy one into the exclusive circles of society.
The Progressive Euchre Club arranged with the Vannis for the exclusive use of the floor on Tuesday and Friday nights.
And in that exclusive faith Lord Nelson appears to us as the first of the moderns.
Again as in the case of corporeal structure, and conformably with my theory, the instinct of each species is good for itself, but has never, as far as we can judge, been produced for the exclusive good of others.
The grossly immoral and dishonest doctrine of despotic State sovereignty, the exclusive judge of its own obligations, and responsible to no power on earth or in heaven, for the violation of them, is not there.
The American company was to have the exclusive right of supplying the Russian posts with goods and necessaries, receiving peltries in payment at stated prices.
However, a democracy is safer and less liable to sedition than an oligarchy; for in this latter it may arise from two causes, for either the few in power may conspire against each other or against the people; but in a democracy only one; namely, against the few who aim at exclusive power; but there is no instance worth speaking of, of a sedition of the people against themselves.
A feeling stronger than friendship sprang up between them; an exclusive feeling of life being possible only in each other's presence.