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inclusive

adjective
     
in‧clu‧sive
1 an inclusive price or cost includes everything [≠ exclusive]
all-inclusive/fully inclusive
The fully inclusive fare for the trip is £22.
inclusive of
The rent is £120 a week, inclusive of heating.
2 including a wide variety of people, things etc [≠ exclusive]:
Not everyone shares his vision of an inclusive America.
3

(from) April to June inclusive/15 to 20 inclusive etc

used to refer to a range of months, numbers etc, including the ones that start and end the range! In American English, it is more usual to use the word 'through': Monday through Friday

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