English - Vietnamese Dictionary
exclude /iks'klu:d/Concise Dictionary
- ngoại động từ
- không cho (ai...) vào (một nơi nào...); không cho (ai...) hưởng (quyền...)
- đuổi tống ra, tống ra
- to exclude somebody from a house: đuổi ai ra khỏi nhà
+prevent from being included or considered or accepted
+prevent from entering; shut out
+lack or fail to include
+prevent from entering; keep out
+put out or expel from a place
Advanced English Dictionary
1 Often, exclude from. keep out or away, lock or shut out, ban, bar, debar, prohibit, interdict, forbid, proscribe, deny, refuse, disallow:
Women are excluded from participating in certain religious ceremonies. Must we exclude Maria, too?
2 eliminate, leave out, reject, omit, except, preclude, repudiate, count out:
Exclude them from consideration as candidates.
3 eject, evict, expel, oust, get rid of, remove, throw out, Colloq toss out, Slang bounce:
He was excluded from the club because of his behaviour.
+ verb [VN]Collocation Dictionary
1 ~ sth (from sth) to deliberately not include sth in what you are doing or considering: The cost of borrowing has been excluded from the inflation figures. + Try excluding sugar and fat from your diet. + Buses run every hour, Sundays excluded.
2 ~ sb/sth (from sth) to prevent sb/sth from entering a place or taking part in sth: Women are still excluded from some London clubs. + (BrE) Concern is growing over the number of children excluded from school (= forbidden to attend because of bad behaviour). + She felt excluded by the other girls (= they did not let her join in what they were doing).
3 to decide that sth is not possible: We should not exclude the possibility of negotiation. + The police have excluded theft as a motive for the murder.
rigorously | altogether, completely, entirely, totally | not absolutely, not wholly
The possibility of error cannot be absolutely excluded.
| virtually | largely | permanently | apparently | clearly | automatically
Unlawfully obtained evidence is not automatically excluded from a criminal trial.
| necessarily | deliberately | explicitly, expressly, specifically | effectively
By excluding children from pubs we are effectively excluding many parents.
| systematically | unfairly
VERB + EXCLUDE
attempt to, be designed to, purport to, seek to
a clause that seeks to exclude liability for death or serious injury
| tend to
tending to exclude certain groups from full participation in society
Women were excluded from the council.
Many local people felt excluded from decisions that affected their own community.
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