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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishincludingin‧clud‧ing /ɪnˈkluːdɪŋ/ ●●● S2 W1 preposition  INCLUDEused to introduce something or someone that is part of a larger group or amount you have just mentioned opp excluding The price is £25.50, including postage and packing. You’ll need a variety of skills, including leadership and negotiating.RegisterIn written or business English, people often prefer to use excluding rather than not including, as it sounds more formal:The cost is $49.95 excluding tax.
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includingNot including cassettes, he has eight thousand albums in his collection.They stole everything in my purse, including my credit cards.There's about twenty of us, including the instructors.Including weekends, there are only twelve more shopping days until Christmas.There'll be eighteen people at the party, including you and me.
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