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Watch exclusive video interviews with the creators at sunmotors. The Sun (2016)See the full interview and exclusive snaps on my website. The Sun (2016)Read my exclusive interview here tomorrow. The Sun (2016)I had an exclusive first listen last week and can confirm it is another incredible record. The Sun (2016)In an recent exclusive interview in The Sun he explained how he was looking forward to the next chapter. The Sun (2016)Now, in an exclusive chat, the pair said that a bouncer has been placed on watch at all times. The Sun (2016)Journalists get an exclusive story and the politicians get a chance to float their policy ideas. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Their new skills are by no means exclusive or indicative of a trade. Critical Social Research (1990)You have harnessed its power and belong to an exclusive club of lunar surfers. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The exclusive first preview of the video can be seen on my website. The Sun (2009) Members receive exclusive cricket and rugby as part of their subscription. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Read our exclusive chat with the band inside. The Sun (2015)The virus is by no means the exclusive preserve of cocaine and other drug users. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It is about belonging to an exclusive club. Times, Sunday Times (2007)And we were given an exclusive first look. Times, Sunday Times (2007)But that does not mean being exclusive. TOP MARKETING AND MEDIA COMPANIES IN THE UK (2002)His technique was to appear exclusive. Times, Sunday Times (2008)We've just had an exclusive first drive. The Sun (2010)When people talk about something being exclusive, who are they excluding? Times, Sunday Times (2013)Yet this is one of the most exclusive island escapes in the Mediterranean. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Listen to our exclusive interview with Crystal on our website. The Sun (2012)Within a given area, one supplier of telephone service must have exclusive rights. MANAGEMENT: task, responsibilities, practices (1974)The experience has evolved to appear exclusive, as opposed to enforced. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It also seemed fitting that my exclusive drive in the Leader was in a white one. The Sun (2010) Members receive exclusive football, rugby and cricket highlights free as part of their subscription. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It's not something exclusive to sports people. The Sun (2012)We may edit letters, which must be exclusive. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The full interview and more exclusive pics appear in this week's Hello! The Sun (2007)The thrilled mum-to-be took to Twitter to show off my exclusive front page story that she is expecting for the first time. The Sun (2010)READ the full exclusive story only in HELLO! The Sun (2012)
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Translations for 'exclusive'
British English: exclusive ADJECTIVE
Something that is exclusive is available only to people who are rich or powerful.
It used to be a private, exclusive club.
Nearby words of 'exclusive'
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