Examples of exclude in a Sentence
You can share files with some people on the network while excluding others.
The prices on the menu exclude tax.
Recent Examples of exclude from the Web
The ministry alleges that it was excluded from the Amazon Smile program, which allows customers to donate to the charity of their choice when making a purchase.
In the United States, stadiums of 31 of 32 NFL teams (Buffalo's New Era Field was excluded) are on the list of venues.
Excluding the transportation sector that includes aircraft, factory orders slipped 0.2 percent in June.
U.S. and Canadian residents (excluding Quebec) can enter here from now until 11:59 p.m. EST on August 10, 2017.
But the rules excluded claims for injuries that occurred abroad.
The Trump administration interpreted the Supreme Court’s decision as excluding most refugees and entry only of American residents’ parents, children, spouses, parents-in-law, sons- and daughters-in-law, people engaged to be married and siblings.
According to the UN’s latest World Drugs Report, in 2015 the Saudi authorities seized more than 11 tonnes of ATS, excluding Ecstasy.
Misuari’s group, whose siege of Zamboanga City in 2013 led to the deaths of at least 203 people, was excluded from peace talks under then-President Benigno Aquino.
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Synonymsban, bar, close out, count (out), debar, eliminate, except, freeze out, rule out, shut out, close one's doors to
Related Wordsblackball, blacklist, excommunicate, ostracize; banish, deport, exile, expel, oust, throw out; obviate, preclude, prevent, prohibit; block, hinder, impede, obstruct; cease, discontinue, halt, suspend; deter, stave off, ward (off); check off, disregard; comb (out), weed (out)
Near Antonymsaccept, embrace, entertain, receive, take in, welcome; unban
EXCLUDE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of exclude for English Language Learners
: to prevent (someone) from doing something or being a part of a group
: to leave out (something) : to not include (something)
: to think that (something, such as a possibility) is not worth attention
EXCLUDE Defined for Kids
Definition of exclude for Students
- Don't exclude your little sister from the game.
Word Root of exclude
legal Definition of exclude
- exclude hearsay evidence
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