Definition of 'excluding'
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Deliberately excluding Draco she turned to him questioningly. TREASON KEEP (2001)They intended to sink the craft in the largest of the reef entrances, so excluding the Champlain if it tried to return to Saint-Esprit. RUSHING TO PARADISE (2001)
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In Common Usage. excluding is one of the 10000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'excluding'
British English: excluding /ɪkˈskluːdɪŋ/ PREPOSITION
You use excluding before mentioning a person or thing to show that you are not including them in your statement.
This applies to most vertebrates (excluding mammals).
- American English: excluding
- Arabic: بِاِسْتِثْناء
- Brazilian Portuguese: exceto
- Chinese: 除外
- Croatian: isključujući
- Czech: kromě
- Danish: fraregnet
- Dutch: exlusief
- European Spanish: sin incluir
- Finnish: pois lukien
- French: à l’exclusion de
- German: ausgenommen
- Greek: εξαιρουμένου
- Italian: eccetto
- Japanese: ･･･を除いて
- Korean: ...을 제외하고
- Norwegian: unntatt
- Polish: wyłączając
- European Portuguese: exceto
- Romanian: fără
- Russian: исключая
- Spanish: sin incluir
- Swedish: exklusive
- Thai: ที่แยกออกไป
- Turkish: dışında onu hariç tutarak
- Ukrainian: за винятком
- Vietnamese: trừ
Definition of excluding from the Collins English Dictionary
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