See also: transclusión

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Coined by Ted Nelson in his 1982 book Literary Machines. Probably a portmanteau of trans- and inclusion.

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transclusion ‎(countable and uncountable, plural transclusions)

  1. (computing) The inclusion of part of one hypertext document in another one by means of reference rather than copying.

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