Definition of 'included'
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British English: included /ɪnˈkluːdɪd/ ADJECTIVE
You use included to emphasize that a person or thing is part of the group of people or things that you are talking about.
All of us, myself included, had been totally committed to the Party.
- American English: included
- Arabic: مُتَضَمَّنُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: incluso
- Chinese: 包括在内的
- Croatian: uključujući
- Czech: zahrnutý
- Danish: inkluderet
- Dutch: inbegrepen
- European Spanish: incluido
- Finnish: sisältyvä
- French: inclus
- German: eingeschlossen einbezogen
- Greek: συμπεριλαμβανόμενος
- Italian: incluso
- Japanese: 含まれた
- Korean: 포함된
- Norwegian: omfattet
- Polish: wcielony
- European Portuguese: incluso
- Romanian: inclus
- Russian: включая
- Spanish: incluido
- Swedish: inkluderad
- Thai: ประกอบด้วย
- Turkish: dahil
- Ukrainian: включений
- Vietnamese: kể cả
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