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exclusive

Pronunciation: /ɪkˈskluːsɪv/

Translation of exclusive in Spanish:

adjective/adjetivo

  • 1 [rights/ownership/privileges] exclusivo; [story/interview] en exclusiva for his exclusive use para su uso exclusivoto be exclusive to sth/sb this style is exclusive to our store este es un estilo exclusivo de nuestra tienda, este estilo es una exclusiva nuestra a feature exclusive to the English language una característica peculiar del inglés it is exclusive to these islands se da exclusivamente en estas islas
    Example sentences
    • The probe was prompted by an exclusive story published in yesterday's Guardian, which told of the alleged encounters and also of a plea by the girl's mother for justice.
    • I wonder how much she got for selling the exclusive story, with interview and photo shoot, and if that actually netted more cash than the act itself.
    • He encourages his reporters to unearth exclusive stories that will be of interest to the listening audience.
  • 2 (of high society) [club/gathering] selecto, exclusivo
    Example sentences
    • As a result, tennis courts are popping up all over the country - in exclusive country clubs and expensive condominiums but also in more accessible sports clubs and in shantytowns.
    • This is a very exclusive and very expensive club which is also a place to be seen.
    • Behind the curtain was an exclusive world catering to the upper class and the rich and famous.
  • 3 (sole) único
    Example sentences
    • Their decisions are taken at faraway centres, and almost always adhere to a uniform policy framework applicable to all protected areas, thus neglecting issues exclusive to one area.
    • Some games feature shooting, adventure and even racing elements all mixed up together and they do very well because most people are not exclusive to a single genre.
    • Their language was unique and exclusive to their sole tribe.
  • 4 (excluding) the two proposals are mutually exclusive las dos propuestas se excluyen mutuamente exclusive of sth sin incluir algo, excluyendo algo £25 exclusive of postage and packing 25 libras sin incluir or excluyendo el franqueo y embalaje
    Example sentences
    • Therefore, though we distinguish between the many causes of suffering, we do not see those categories as existing in mutually exclusive settings.
    • In the past 25 years, traditional modes of exposition have continued to exist alongside sometimes mutually exclusive competing theories.
    • A third option, not mutually exclusive with option two, is working to create political change.

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