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From Middle French inclusif, from Medieval Latin inclusivus.

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inclusive (comparative more inclusive, superlative most inclusive)

  1. Including (almost) everything within its scope.
    an inclusive list of data formats
  2. Including the extremes as well as the area between.
    numbers 1 to 10 inclusive
  3. (linguistics) Of, or relating to the first-person plural pronoun when including the person being addressed.
    The pronoun in "If you want, we could go back to my place for coffee" is an inclusive "we".

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FrenchEdit

AdjectiveEdit

inclusive

  1. feminine singular of inclusif

ItalianEdit

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inclusive

  1. feminine plural of inclusivo

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inclusive (comparative mais inclusive superlative o mais inclusive)

  1. also (in addition)
  2. even (indicating an extreme example of the case mentioned)

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inclusive

  1. including, even

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