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"all-inclusive" in American English

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all-inclusiveadjective [not gradable]

 us   /ˈɔl ɪnˈklu·sɪv/
including all related things, esp. expenses: an all-inclusive vacation package
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"all-inclusive" in Business English

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all-inclusiveadjective

uk   us  
COMMERCE including everything, especially including the cost of all services that are offered: all-inclusive cost/deal/price The rental is an all-inclusive price including heating, electricity, water, etc. all-inclusive holiday/package/resort
(Definition of all-inclusive from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “all-inclusive”
in Chinese (Simplified) 全部包括的,包括一切的…
in Chinese (Traditional) 全部包括的,包括一切的…
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