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exclude definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to stop from entering; hold out; bar: a jar sealed to exclude external atmosphere; an immigration plan that excludes undesirables.
    • to avoid from becoming included, considered, or acknowledged; reject: The judge excluded the incorrectly acquired proof.
    • to place down; expel.
    • To shut out; to impede from entry or entry; to debar from involvement or enjoyment; to rob of; to except; -- the contrary to admit
    • To push away or eject; to expel.
    • to stop from entering; keep out; bar: a jar sealed to exclude outside environment; an immigration plan that excludes undesirables.
    • To prevent from being included, considered, or accepted; reject: The courtroom excluded the improperly acquired evidence.
    • To put down; expel.
    • To shut-out; to hinder from entrance or entry; to debar from participation or pleasure; to deprive of; to except; -- the exact opposite to admit
    • To thrust aside or eject; to expel.
  • verb:
    • To bar (somebody) from entering; maintain away.
    • To expel; to place down.
    • To won't take as legitimate.
    • to remove from diagnostic consideration.
    • stop from being included or considered or acknowledged
    • create or expel from someplace
    • absence or don't add
    • prevent from entering; keep out
    • stop from penetrating; shut out
    • To bar (some body) from entering; maintain down.
    • To expel; to put down.
    • To refuse to accept as good.
    • To eliminate from diagnostic consideration.
    • prevent from being included or considered or acknowledged
    • create or expel from a spot
    • shortage or neglect to add
    • prevent from entering; keep out
    • prevent from entering; shut-out
  • others:
    • To shut out; debar from entry or participation; restrict from entering or sharing.
    • To except or decline, as from a privilege or grant, from consideration, etc.
    • To push out; eject; extrude.
    • To shut out; debar from entry or involvement; prevent from entering or sharing.
    • To except or reject, as from a privilege or grant, from consideration, etc.
    • To thrust on; eject; extrude.
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