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inclusive
American English: /ɪnˈklusɪv/
British English: /ɪnˈkluːsɪv/

Translation of inclusive in Spanish:

adjective

  • 1.1
    (price/charge)
    todo incluido
    to be inclusive of something
    incluir algo
    that's inclusive of transport
    eso incluye el transporte
    all prices are inclusive of VAT
    todos los precios son con el IVA incluido
    Example sentences
    • Although the cost of such an exclusive safari might seem prohibitive, it is worth pointing out that everything - from wine, beer and spirits to the daily laundry service - is inclusive.
    • Costing €555 all inclusive it is expected that there will be great demand for seats, so it would be advisable to make reservations as soon as possible.
    • There is a great demand for ‘mini movers,’ those companies that offer the same inclusive services for very small relocations.
    1.2 (including dates, figures mentioned)
    (British English) (after noun)
    from the 23rd to the 27th inclusive
    del 23 al 27, ambos inclusive
    Example sentences
    • The offer is available until mid-December and is limited from Sundays to Thursdays inclusive.

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