Translation of exclude in Spanish:

exclude

Pronunciation: /ɪkˈskluːd/

vt

  • 1.1 (leave out) excluir* if you exclude the spelling mistakes, it's a good piece of work exceptuando las faltas de ortografía, es un buen trabajo we can exclude the possibility of an invasion podemos descartar la posibilidad de una invasión I felt excluded me pareció que me dejaban or (Esp) me daban de lado to exclude sth/sb from sth excluir* algo/a algn de algo we excluded her from the team la excluimos del equipo 1.2 (debar)to exclude sb from sth women were excluded from membership a las mujeres no se las admitía como socias I was excluded from participating in the election no se me permitió participar en la elección 1.3 [sunlight/air] no dejar entrar

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