Definition of included in English:

included

Syllabification: in·clud·ed
Pronunciation: /inˈklo͞odid
 
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adjective

[postpositive]
1Contained as part of a whole being considered: all of Europe (Russia included) service tax included
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  • We requested the other tests to be spread evenly among air-sports, aero-modeling included!
  • And we feel for them all the more as we imagine all human lives, our own included, against this backdrop of absolute zero.
  • The majority of dystopias - Orwell's included - have been written by men and the point of view has been male.
1.1 Botany (Of a style or stamen) not protruding beyond the corolla.
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  • Flowers, regular, tubular with the limbo slightly broadened and 5-dented; stamen included.

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