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Definition of inclusive adjective from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary



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  1. 1having the total cost, or the cost of something that is mentioned, contained in the price The fully inclusive fare for the cruise is $2,500. inclusive of something The rent is inclusive of heat and electricity. opposite exclusive
  2. 2including a wide range of people, things, ideas, etc. The party must adopt more inclusive strategies and a broader vision. opposite exclusive
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adverb The word “men” can be understood inclusively (= including men and women).
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noun [uncountable]
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