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including
American English: /ɪnˈkludɪŋ/
British English: /ɪnˈkluːdɪŋ/

preposition

  • he wants to see us all, including you
    quiere vernos a todos, incluyéndote a ti
    including the introduction, the book runs to 300 pages
    incluyendo or contando la introducción, el libro tiene 300 páginas
    there'll be seven of us, including you and me
    incluyéndonos a nosotros dos, seremos siete en total
    up to and including page 25/21st May
    hasta la página 25/el 21 de mayo inclusive
    they all liked it, including Paul
    a todos les gustó, incluso or hasta a Paul
    the bill came to £20 including service
    la cuenta ascendió a 20 libras, servicio incluido or incluyendo el servicio
    not including insurance
    sin incluir el seguro
    Example sentences
    • This is a very exciting proposal for the whole community, including the people of Oakenrod.
    • He said it was hoped to involve the whole community, including trades people and organisations.
    • Controls are sampled from the whole cohort, including people who become cases.

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