inclusive definition

  • adjective:
    • Taking a great deal or everything within its scope; extensive: an inclusive survey of world financial matters.
    • such as the specified extremes or restrictions along with the location between them: the numbers anyone to ten, comprehensive.
    • Linguistics Of, relating to, or being an initial person plural pronoun that features the addressee, such as we into the phrase If you're hungry, we're able to order some pizza pie.
    • including (nearly) every thing within its scope
    • like the extremes as well as the location between
    • of, or concerning the very first individual plural pronoun when including the individual becoming dealt with
    • Inclosing; encircling; surrounding.
    • understanding the stated limitation or extremes; ; -- against exclusive.
    • including much or every thing; and particularly including claimed restrictions
  • others:
    • Inclosing; encircling; extensive; in cluding: with of.
    • within the number or sum; comprehending the stated limit or extremes: as, from Monday to Saturday inclusive (that's, taking in both Monday and Saturday).
  • noun:
    • A term of addition.

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