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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
inclusive /in'klu:siv/
  • tính từ
    • gồm cả, kể cả
      • a household of 7 persons, inclusive of the newly born child: một hộ gồm 7 người kể cả em bé mới đẻ
      • from May 1st June 3rd inclusive: từ mồng 1 tháng 5 đến mồng 3 tháng 6 kể cả hai ngày đó
    • tính toàn bộ, bao gồm tất cả các khoản
      • inclusive terms at a hotel: giá thuê tính tất cả các khoản tại một khách sạn
Concise Dictionary
ɪn'kluːsɪv
adj.
+including much or everything; and especially including stated limits
Thesaurus Dictionary
adj.
1 comprehensive, general, all-encompassing, wide, broad, extensive, full, umbrella, blanket, across the board, all-in-one, unified:
We have an inclusive insurance policy that covers the entire family.
2 inclusive of. including, embracing, comprising, taking in, covering, incorporating, embodying:
Is this bill inclusive of service?
Advanced English Dictionary
+ adjective
1 ~ (of sth) having the total cost, or the cost of sth that is mentioned, contained in the price: The fully inclusive fare for the trip is £42. + The rent is inclusive of water and heating.
Antonym: EXCLUSIVE
2 from ...to ...inclusive including all the days, months, numbers, etc. mentioned: We are offering free holidays for children aged two to eleven inclusive. + The castle is open daily from May to October inclusive.
3 including a wide range of people, things, ideas, etc: The party must adopt more inclusive strategies and a broader vision.
Antonym: EXCLUSIVE
inclusively adverb: The word 'men' can be understood inclusively (= including men and women).
inclusiveness noun [U]
BRITISH / AMERICAN
inclusive / through
In BrE inclusive is used to emphasize that you are including the days, months, numbers, etc. mentioned, especially in formal or official situations: Answer questions 8 to 12 inclusive. + The amusement park is open daily from May to October inclusive.
In AmE through is used: Answer questions 8 through 12. + The amusement park is open (from) May through October.
To can also be used with this meaning in BrE and AmE: The park is open from 1 May to 31 October.
Collocation Dictionary
adj

VERBS

be

ADV.

fully
a fully inclusive price

PREP.

of
The charge is inclusive of food.

PHRASES

all inclusive
The price is all inclusive.


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