Complete Definition of "exclude"

English

Etymology
From L. excludere, from prefix ex-, out, + variant form of verb claudere, close.

Verb
rfc-trverb|Transitive verb
en-verb|exclud|ing

  1. to bar someone from entering; to keep out
  2. to expel; to put out
  3. law (of evidence) to refuse to accept as valid

Antonyms
include

Related terms
exclusion
exclusive

Translations

French: exclure
Swedish: utelämna, exkludera
Lithuanian: išskirti, pašalinti
Hungarian: kirekeszt
Polish: wykluczaÄ, bez
Hebrew: ×× ××××××

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it:exclude
ja:exclude
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te:exclude
vi:exclude
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