Definition of 'exclude'
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The very poor were excluded from political life altogether. America Past and Present (1995) Many are excluded from education and healthcare and restricted in their movements. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They did not exclude the possibility of an offer being made. Times, Sunday Times (2015)So many comedies either exclude me or my parents. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The masses have been ignored and excluded from public life. The Tribes Triumphant (2006)Their lifestyle would obviously exclude the possibility of any normal home life. Christianity Today (2000)But we should not exclude the possibility. Times, Sunday Times (2011)And this excludes the possibility of chemical weapons being used to further degrade defences. NATO's Changing Strategic Agenda (1990)The drawback with the new measure was that it excluded house prices entirely at a time when they were rising strongly. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Not that science is entirely excluded. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Africans could not be entirely excluded; they were after all a part of the human family. The Collins History of the World in the 20th Century (1994)The main drawback in recognizing normal ranges as a diagnostic aid is that it excludes the possibility of individual variations outside the range. Diets to Help Diabetes (1983)But he wouldn't exclude the possibility completely. Times, Sunday Times (2010)And we exclude any middle possibility, and we live by this law. The Broken God (1993)But the progress of the war and the regular toll of British military dead are consciously excluded from family life. Times, Sunday Times (2012) Many are excluded from education and healthcare, and restricted in their freedom to move around the country and to marry. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The Swiss criminal procedure code does not exclude the possibility of holding a court trial of the accused person in absentia. Times, Sunday Times (2014) Many policies exclude these activities. Times, Sunday Times (2012)A world-view which excludes the possibility of accident has both advantages and disadvantages. Phoenix From the Flame (1994)He might not embrace viewers, but he certainly doesn't exclude anyone either. Times, Sunday Times (2007) Many low-cost smartphones exclude 4G to reduce their cost. Times, Sunday Times (2013)In America, rich women were excluded from public life but had more or less total control over their households. Consuelo & Alva: Love and Power in the Gilded Age (2005)That didn't mean I was entirely excluded from the fun. Times, Sunday Times (2014)I don't think that they will take military action but we can't entirely exclude it. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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Translations for 'exclude'
British English: exclude /ɪkˈskluːd/ VERB
If you exclude someone from a place or activity, you prevent them from entering it or taking part in it.
The public was excluded from both meetings.
- American English: exclude
- Arabic: يَسْتَثْني
- Brazilian Portuguese: excluir
- Chinese: 排除
- Croatian: isključiti
- Czech: vyloučit
- Danish: udelukke
- Dutch: uitsluiten
- European Spanish: excluir
- Finnish: sulkea pois jostakin
- French: exclure
- German: ausschließen Möglichkeit
- Greek: αποκλείω
- Italian: escludere
- Japanese: 除外する
- Korean: 제외하다
- Norwegian: utestenge
- Polish: wyłączyć
- European Portuguese: excluir
- Romanian: a exclude
- Russian: исключать
- Spanish: excluir
- Swedish: utesluta
- Thai: แยกออกไป
- Turkish: dışında tutmak
- Ukrainian: виключати
- Vietnamese: loại trừ trừ ra
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