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in·clud·ed

 (ĭn-klo͞o′dĭd)
adj.
1. Botany Not protruding beyond a surrounding part, as stamens that do not project from a corolla.
2. Mathematics Formed by and between two intersecting straight lines: an included angle.
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included

(ɪnˈkluːdɪd)
adj
(Botany) (of the stamens or pistils of a flower) not protruding beyond the corolla
inˈcludedness n
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.included - enclosed in the same envelope or package; "the included check"
enclosed - closed in or surrounded or included within; "an enclosed porch"; "an enclosed yard"; "the enclosed check is to cover shipping and handling"
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Translations
zahrnutý
inkluderet
sisältyvä
uključujući
含まれた
포함된
inkluderad
ประกอบด้วย
kể cả

included

[ɪnˈkluːdɪd] adj
to be included (in price)être compris(e)
Service is not included → Le service n'est pas compris.
to be included in the price → être compris(e) dans le prix
... myself included → ... y compris moi
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included

مُتَضَمَّنُ zahrnutý inkluderet eingeschlossen συμπεριλαμβανόμενος incluido sisältyvä inclus uključujući incluso 含まれた 포함된 inbegrepen omfattet wcielony incluso включая inkluderad ประกอบด้วย dahil kể cả 包括在内的
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This type of code creates a sense of includedness, a feeling of 'insider' in a group
Of the six indicators of reform activity on the SII, three showed the greatest difference between the HI schools and the LO schools: Curriculum and Instruction (the use of innovative, evidence-based curriculum and instructional techniques); Includedness (the availability of an array of environments to meet the needs of students with special needs); and Pro-Social Discipline (whether discipline incidents were handled in a pro-active educational manner), see Table 1.