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in·clu·sion

 (ĭn-klo͞o′zhən)
n.
1. The act of including or the state of being included.
2. Something included.
3. A solid, liquid, or gaseous foreign body enclosed in a mineral or rock.
4. A nonliving mass, such as a droplet of fat, in the cytoplasm of a cell.
5. Computers A logical operation that assumes the second statement of a pair is true if the first one is true.

[Latin inclūsiō, inclūsiōn-, from inclūsus, past participle of inclūdere, to enclose; see include.]

in·clu′sion·ar′y (-zhə-nĕr′ē) adj.

inclusion

(ɪnˈkluːʒən)
n
1. the act of including or the state of being included
2. something included
3. (Geological Science) geology a solid fragment, liquid globule, or pocket of gas enclosed in a mineral or rock
4. (Mathematics) maths
a. the relation between two sets that obtains when all the members of the first are members of the second. Symbol: XY
b. strict inclusion proper inclusion the relation that obtains between two sets when the first includes the second but not vice versa. Symbol: XY
5. (General Engineering) engineering a foreign particle in a metal, such as a particle of metal oxide

in•clu•sion

(ɪnˈklu ʒən)

n.
1. the act of including or the state of being included.
2. something that is included.
3. a foreign body or inert structure within a cell.
4. a solid, liquid, or gaseous body enclosed within a mineral or rock.
[1590–1600; < Latin inclūsiō confinement]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.inclusion - the state of being included
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
embrace - the state of taking in or encircling; "an island in the embrace of the sea"
encompassment - including entirely
exclusion - the state of being excluded
2.inclusion - the relation of comprising something; "he admired the inclusion of so many ideas in such a short work"
involvement - a connection of inclusion or containment; "he escaped involvement in the accident"; "there was additional involvement of the liver and spleen"
3.inclusion - any small intracellular body found within another (characteristic of certain diseases); "an inclusion in the cytoplasm of the cell"
body - an individual 3-dimensional object that has mass and that is distinguishable from other objects; "heavenly body"
plasmid, plasmid DNA - a small cellular inclusion consisting of a ring of DNA that is not in a chromosome but is capable of autonomous replication
cancer body, Russell's body - an inclusion body found in plasma cells in cases of cancer
4.inclusion - the act of including
step-up, increase - the act of increasing something; "he gave me an increase in salary"
incorporation - including by incorporating

inclusion

noun addition, incorporation, introduction, insertion a confident performance which justified his inclusion in the team
exception, rejection, exclusion, omission
Translations
إشْتِمال، تَضَمُّن
započtení do
indbefatning
EinbeziehungInkluseInklusion
liitelisäys
beleértésbeleszámítás
òaî aî vera innifalinn/meîtalinn
zahrnutie
vključitev
dahil etme

inclusion

[ɪnˈkluːʒən] Ninclusión f

inclusion

[ɪnˈkluːʒən] n (in team, group)inclusion f; (in collection, selection)inclusion f

inclusion

nAufnahme f; the team was revamped with the inclusion of Johndas Team wurde neu zusammengestellt und John gehörte dazu

inclusion

[ɪnˈkluːʒn] ninclusione f

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.

in·clu·sion

n. inclusión, acto de contener una cosa dentro de otra;
___ bodiescuerpos de ___, presentes en el citoplasma de ciertas células en casos de infección.
References in classic literature ?
One of us mentioned three Wurzburgers to the waiter; the dark-haired young man acknowledged his inclusion in the order by a smile and a nod.
The inclusion of the judgment of Rhadamanthys (frag.
Besides providing continuous assessment of the sizes and concentrations of inclusions in the molten bath, the system is also very sensitive in responding to changes in molten handling and treatment practices.
[USPRwire, Mon Apr 15 2019] The expanding database of Market Research Reports Search Engine (MRRSE) has been recently updated by the addition of a new study which is titled as " Decorations and Inclusions Market Outlook and Growth Stance Forecasted Through 2028 ".
Summary: The scope of the report on the decorations and inclusions market includes both, chocolate-based and sugar-based decorations and inclusions that are used in various end products such as cakes and pastries, confectionery products, breakfast cereals, cereal bars, ice cream, and desserts, among others.
Howell-Jolly body-like inclusions were first described in Bain's Blood Cells: A Practical Guide (1) in 1989.
(2) The first event of mineralization that presents quartz with massive texture, and coarse-grained pyrite with small inclusions of gold and is associated with galena, sphalerite, chalcopyrite and pyrrhotite.
VISUALIZATION OF TE INCLUSIONS IN CDZNTE CRYSTALS USING INTERACTIVE DATA LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENT (IDL-DE).
Barry Callebaut, the world's leading manufacturer of high-quality cocoa and chocolate products, announces the launch of an exciting new generation of soft melting ice cream chocolate bites called ChocMeItsIM inclusions.
7,838,480 B2; Conopco, Inc., Englewood Cliffs, NJ, has patented a process for the manufacture of an artisan cleansing bar having inclusions embedded in its surface.
The presence of non-metallic inclusions in steel and how they behave during working processes have continued to attract the interest of researchers because of their harmful influence on the properties of steel.

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