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Translation of "exclusive" - English-Spanish dictionary

exclusive

adjective   /ɪksˈkluː·sɪv/
expensive and only for people who are rich or important exclusivo an exclusive club
(Definition of exclusive from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

exclusive

adjective /ikˈskluːsiv/
given to only one individual or group etc en exclusiva The story is exclusive to this newspaper.
fashionable and expensive selecto exclusive shops/restaurants.
(of a group etc) not easily or readily mixing with others or allowing others in selecto, exclusivo a very exclusive club.
tending to exclude. exclusivo
exclusively adverb
exclusivamente The offer is open exlcusively to club members.
exclusiveness noun
exclusividad
exclusive of
excluding excluyendo, sin incluir That is the price of the meal exclusive of service charge.
(Definition of exclusive from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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