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"exclusion" in British English

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exclusionnoun [C or U]

uk   us   /ɪkˈskluː.ʒən/
the ​act of not ​allowing someone or something to take ​part in an ​activity or to ​enter a ​place: her exclusion from the ​list of ​Oscarnominees the exclusion ofdisruptivestudents from ​schoolto the exclusion of If you do something to the exclusion of something ​else, you do it so much that you do not have ​time for the other thing.
(Definition of exclusion from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"exclusion" in Business English

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exclusionnoun

uk   us   /ɪksˈkluːʒən/
[C] INSURANCE an ​event or ​situation that is not ​included in an ​insuranceagreement as something for which the ​insurancecompany will ​paymoney: Many ​insurancepolicies are ​full of exclusions, ​meaninginsurers can ​legitimatelyturnclaims down.
[C] TAX an ​amount of ​money on which ​tax does not have to be ​paid: The ​current tax exclusion for ​capitalgains on the ​sale of a ​home is $500,000 for a couple.
[C] LAW something or someone that a ​contract, ​law, or ​agreement does not ​include: Trade between EU Member ​States is ​subject to various ​agreements, ​laws, and exclusions. In the exclusion ​clause, the ​supplier totally ​excludes his ​liability under the ​contract for late ​delivery.
[U] a ​situation in which someone or something is prevented from ​entering a ​place or taking ​part in an ​activity: exclusion from sth However, ​technologicaladvances also ​requireworkers and ​managers to ​keepupdating their ​skills or ​risk exclusion from the ​labourmarket.
to the exclusion of not ​allowing someone or something else to be ​included: Under this ​ruling, an ​individual could ​create a ​corporation of which he was the ​soledirector, to the exclusion of all other ​stakeholders.
(Definition of exclusion from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “exclusion”
in Arabic إبعاد, إقصاء…
in Korean 배제…
in Portuguese exclusão…
in Catalan exclusió…
in Japanese 排除…
in Chinese (Simplified) 排斥, 排除, 排除在外…
in Turkish men etme, sokmama, hariç tutma…
in Russian недопущение, исключение…
in Chinese (Traditional) 排斥, 排除, 排除在外…
in Italian esclusione…
in Polish wykluczenie…
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