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adjective uk   us   /ɪnˈkluː.sɪv/
C1 An inclusive price or amount includes everything: My rent is $700 a month inclusive (of bills). [after noun] including the first and last date or number stated: I'll be away from 20 to 31 May inclusive. An inclusive group or organization tries to include many different types of people and treat them all fairly and equally: Our aim is to create a fairer, more inclusive society.
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