Variant of include
- to shut up or in; enclose
- to have as part of a whole; contain; comprise: the cost includes taxes
- to consider as part of a whole; take into account; put in a total, category, etc.: to be included as a candidate
Origin: Middle English includen from Classical Latin includere from in-, inch(es) plush claudere, to shut, close
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