1 the state of being excluded [ant: inclusion]
3 a deliberate act of omission; "with the exception of the children, everyone was told the news" [syn: exception, elision]
4 the act of forcing out someone or something; "the ejection of troublemakers by the police"; "the child's expulsion from school" [syn: ejection, expulsion, riddance]
EtymologyFrom exclusio, from excludere.
Exclusive may refer to:
- In journalism, exclusive can refer to information provided to or available from only one news outlet, such as an interview or photograph.
- In the description of any formally defined set, the rules by which an object may be defined as excluded from the set are referred to as rules of exclusion.
- In the description of a mathematical set, the term exclusive denotes that the endpoints of a range are not included within the set. For example, "the integers -2 to 2 exclusive" refers to the set ; the endpoints, -2 and 2, are excluded. The term is generally applied to discrete elements.
- Exclusive or, an operator in Boolean logic
- Exclusive we in linguistics refers to first-person non-singular pronouns that don't include the addressee, i.e. we excluding you
- Exclusive (album), the name of R&B singer Chris Brown's second album
- Exclusive (EP), an EP by U2
- Exclusive (play), a 1989 play by Jeffrey Archer
- In marketing, "exclusive" can refer to products that are only available from select distributors or retailers, and have never been released before, or only at a particular event.
- In tax rates, "exclusive" can refer to a tax system that does not include taxes owed as part of the base.
- In dating, "exclusive" refers to the activity of dating one person, sometimes referred to as "going steady" or "seeing how things go."
exclusion in Swedish: Exklusion
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