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in·clu·sive

 (ĭn-klo͞o′sĭv)
adj.
1. Taking a great deal or everything within its scope; comprehensive: an inclusive survey of world economic affairs.
2. Including the specified extremes or limits as well as the area between them: the numbers one to ten, inclusive.
3. Linguistics Of, relating to, or being a first person plural pronoun that includes the addressee, such as we in the sentence If you're hungry, we could order some pizza.

in·clu′sive·ly adv.
in·clu′sive·ness n.

inclusive

(ɪnˈkluːsɪv)
adj
1. (foll by: of) considered together (with): capital inclusive of profit.
2. (postpositive) including the limits specified: Monday to Friday inclusive is five days.
3. comprehensive
4. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) not excluding any particular groups of people: an inclusive society.
5. (Logic) logic (of a disjunction) true if at least one of its component propositions is true. Compare exclusive10
inˈclusively adv
inˈclusiveness n

in•clu•sive

(ɪnˈklu sɪv)

adj.
1. including the limit or extremes in consideration or account.
2. including everything; comprehensive: an inclusive fee.
3. (of a first person plural pronoun) including the person addressed, as we in Shall we dance? Compare exclusive (def. 9).
Idioms:
inclusive of, including: Europe inclusive of Britain.
[1400–50; late Middle English < Medieval Latin inclūsīvus]
in•clu′sive•ly, adv.
in•clu′sive•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.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"
exclusive - excluding much or all; especially all but a particular group or minority; "exclusive clubs"; "an exclusive restaurants and shops"

inclusive

adjective
1. comprehensive, full, overall, general, global, sweeping, all-in, blanket, umbrella, across-the-board, all-together, catch-all (chiefly U.S.), all-embracing, overarching, in toto (Latin) an inclusive price of £32.90
comprehensive limited, narrow, exclusive, unique, restricted, confined
2. incorporating, including, counting, covering, embracing All prices are inclusive of delivery.

inclusive

adjective
Translations
بـِمَا فِيهِشامِل، مُشْتَمِل عَلى
včetně
inklusiveiberegnet
jonkin sisältävä
uključiv
bezárólag
meîtalinn
含めて
포괄적인
vštet
inberäknad
รวมทุกอย่าง
içerenkapsamlıkapsayan
bao gồm

inclusive

[ɪnˈkluːsɪv]
A. ADJ [sum, price] → global
an inclusive price of £32.90un precio global de 32,90 libras, un precio de 32,90 libras (con) todo incluido
£5,000 fully inclusive5.000 libras con todo incluido
inclusive of tax/postage and packingincluidos los impuestos/los gastos de envío
to be inclusive of sthincluir algo
all prices are inclusive of VATtodos los precios incluyen el IVA
B. ADV from the 10th to the 15th inclusivedel 10 al 15, ambos inclusive or ambos incluidos

inclusive

[ɪnˈkluːsɪv] adj
(with prices, charges)
The inclusive price is 200 euros → Ça coûte deux cents euros tout compris.
inclusive of tax → taxes comprises
£35 fully inclusive → 35 livres tout compris
inclusive of VAT → TVA comprise
inclusive of flights → vols compris
£50 inclusive of all surcharges → 50 livres tous frais compris
(when talking about a range) Monday to Friday inclusive → lundi à vendredi inclus
6 to 15 inclusive (age group)de 6 à 15 ans inclus
(society, organization)non exclusif/ive
more inclusive → moins exclusif/ive

inclusive

adjinklusive, einschließlich; inclusive priceInklusiv- or Pauschalpreis m; inclusive sumPauschale f, → Pauschalsumme f; inclusive termsPauschalpreis m; it’s a fully inclusive priceim Preis ist alles inbegriffen; to be inclusive of all chargesalle Gebühren einschließen, einschließlich aller Gebühren (gen)sein; the course fee is fully inclusive of all costsin den Kursgebühren sind alle Kosten enthalten; to the fifth page inclusivebis einschließlich der fünften Seite, bis Seite fünf einschließlich; from 1st to 6th May inclusivevom 1. bis einschließlich or inklusive 6. Mai, vom 1. bis 6. Mai inklusive

inclusive

[ɪnˈkluːsɪv]
1. adj (sum, price) → tutto compreso inv
inclusive of → incluso/a
£500, inclusive of VAT → 500 sterline, IVA compresa
2. adv from the 10th to the 15th inclusivedal 10 al 15 incluso or compreso

include

(iŋˈkluːd) verb
to take in or consider along with (other people, things etc) as part of a group, set etc. Am I included in the team?; Your duties include making the tea.
inˈclusion (-ʒən) noun
including preposition
The whole family has been ill, including the baby.
inˈclusive (-siv) adjective
counting both the first and last in a series. May 7 to May 9 inclusive is three days.

inclusive

بـِمَا فِيهِ včetně inklusive inklusive περιεκτικός inclusive jonkin sisältävä tout compris uključiv compreso 含めて 포괄적인 inclusief iberegnet obejmujący inclusivo включающий inberäknad รวมทุกอย่าง kapsamlı bao gồm 包含的
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Still haunted with the idea that not one of the past incidents, inclusive of Judge Pyncheon's visit, could be real, the recluse of the Seven Gables murmured in her brother's ear,--
Now, inclusive of the occasional wide intervals between the revolving outer circles, and inclusive of the spaces between the various pods in any one of those circles, the entire area at this juncture, embraced by the whole multitude, must have contained at least two or three square miles.
What do I mean, indeed; I mean to have YOU," he THOUGHT, "and at least, eighty thousand dollars, or dictionaries, Webster's inclusive, were made in vain.
Passe" was a row of numbers from 19 to 36 inclusive; while a row of numbers from 1 to 18 inclusive was known as "Manque.
I make Beauty, therefore--using the word as inclusive of the sublime -- I make Beauty the province of the poem, simply because it is an obvious rule of Art that effects should be made to spring as directly as possible from their causes: -- no one as yet having been weak enough to deny that the peculiar elevation in question is at least most readily attainable in the poem.
The conversation became inclusive, and presently other footsteps were heard crossing the room below.
In this reply, down to the word "wager" inclusive, mademoiselle has been ironically polite and tender, then as suddenly dashed into the bitterest and most defiant scorn, with her black eyes in one and the same moment very nearly shut and staringly wide open.
In fact, from the origin of things down to the fifteenth century of the Christian era, inclusive, architecture is the great book of humanity, the principal expression of man in his different stages of development, either as a force or as an intelligence.
I think, Watson, that we must spare time to run down together on Saturday morning and make sure that this curious and inclusive investigation has no untoward ending.
Garth delivered this awful sentence with much majesty of enunciation, and Letty felt that between repressed volubility and general disesteem, that of the Romans inclusive, life was already a painful affair.
You maybe sure the Carrier was in a state of perfect rapture; and you may be sure Dot was likewise; and you may be sure they all were, inclusive of Miss Slowboy, who wept copiously for joy, and wishing to include her young charge in the general interchange of congratulations, handed round the Baby to everybody in succession, as if it were something to drink.
And in each stage countless millions of other eggs were deposited in the warm pools of the various races and floated down to the great sea to go through a similar process of evolution outside the womb as develops our own young within; but in Caspak the scheme is much more inclusive, for it combines not only individual development but the evolution of species and genera.

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