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inclusive

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinclusivein‧clu‧sive /ɪnˈkluːsɪv/ ●○○ adjective  1 INCLUDEan inclusive price or cost includes everything opp exclusiveall-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 opp exclusive Not everyone shares his vision of an inclusive America.3 (from) April to June inclusive/15 to 20 inclusive etc
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inclusiveThe library will be closed from April to June inclusive.Full-rate widows' pension is paid to widows between the ages of 55 and 59 inclusive.As with the adoption of special needs children, the attitude of agency staff towards inclusive adoption can be crucial.No doubt there will be would-be adopters who are likely to find the possibility of inclusive adoption threatening and not wish to proceed.Secondly, the inclusive approach may act as a positive encouragement to clients to make use of legal services.Children aged 9 to 16 inclusive are welcome to enrol on the course.At a cost of $25 per person per night inclusive, bed and breakfast accommodation is fairly cheap.The inclusive cost of the car, complete with tax and insurance, is £9,800.They have special rates and inclusive hotel and self-catering holidays.They started out as a radically inclusive spiritual fellowship in which race and gender discrimination virtually disappeared.Summer School: All inclusive vacation courses start every week.all-inclusive/fully inclusiveThe fully inclusive fare for the trip is £22, but it is regretted that persons under 16 years can not participate.
From Longman Business Dictionaryinclusivein‧clu‧sive /ɪnˈkluːsɪv/ adjective1an inclusive price, cost etc includes everything that has to be paid or includes the cost of a particular thinginclusive ofThe stated price is inclusive of meals.21-10 inclusive/July to January inclusive etc including 1 and 10 and all the numbers in between, July and January and all the months in between etcparagraphs 2 to 4 inclusive3inclusive holiday/vacation/packageTRAVEL including everything, for example flight, hotel and meals, in the price SYN ALL-INCLUSIVEinclusive package tours to the Costa Brava
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