Translation of exclude in Spanish:
- 1.1 (leave out) if you exclude the spelling mistakes, it's a good piece of workwe can exclude the possibility of an invasionexceptuando las faltas de ortografía, es un buen trabajoI felt excludedpodemos descartar la posibilidad de una invasiónto exclude something/somebodyme pareció que me dejaban or (Spain) me daban de lado
fromsomethingwe excluded her from the teamexcluir algo/a alguien dealgola excluimos del equipoExample sentences1.2 (debar)to exclude somebody
- If affordable housing is to be made available in this community, no options should be excluded without careful consideration.
- On the flip side, an auditor is punished, in a sense, for being diligent by excluding himself from consideration for certain good jobs.
- Once those 15 were excluded, only two possibilities were left in parliament.
fromsomethingwomen were excluded from membershipI was excluded from participating in the electiona las mujeres no se las admitía como sociasno se me permitió participar en la elecciónExample sentences1.3
(sunlight/air)no dejar entrarExample sentences
- You are excluded from the United Kingdom at the personal direction of the Secretary of State.
- Frankly, we find it hard to accept that either of the reasons put forward by your clients amounts to the real reason why Mr Wilson was excluded from the Folkestone Police Station.
- As already mentioned, he was excluded from Whitton High School by letter from the Head Teacher.
- They migrate throughout the enclosed space, forming an invisible barrier on metal surfaces which excludes the moisture and oxygen which are responsible for corrosion.
- It is important to note that normal resting oxygenation does not exclude exertional or nocturnal oxygen desaturation.
- ‘It excludes oxygen, so the propellant is breathed in instead,’ he said.
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