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excluding

Line breaks: ex|clud¦ing
Pronunciation: /ɪkˈskluːdɪŋ
 
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Definition of excluding in English:

preposition

Not taking someone or something into account; except: the holiday cost £180, excluding accommodation
More example sentences
  • Government taxes on fuel, excluding VAT, accounted for over 1.8bn collected in 2004 with just over half this figure derived from taxes on petrol.
  • I've been selective, yes, excluding accounts of unpleasant events and happenings.
  • In 2002, Asia-Pacific excluding Japan accounted for about a third - $50 billion - of global chip consumption.

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