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Translation of "exclude" - English-Spanish dictionary

exclude

verb   /ɪksˈkluːd/ ( present participle excluding, past tense and past participle excluded)
to not include something no incluir The insurance cover excludes particular medical conditions.
to not allow someone or something to do an activity or enter a place excluir Women are still excluded from the club.
(Definition of exclude from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

exclude

verb /ikˈskluːd/
to prevent (someone) from sharing or taking part in something excluir They excluded her from the meeting.
to shut out; to keep out eliminar Fill the bottle to the top so as to exclude all air.
to leave out of consideration excluir We cannot exclude the possibility that he was lying.
exclusion /-ʒən/ noun
exclusión The incident led to his exclusion from school.
excluding preposition
not counting; without including excepto, con excepción de The club’s expenses, excluding the cost of stationery, amounted to $251.
(Definition of exclude from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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