Inclusive meaning

ĭn-klo͝o'sĭv
(linguistics) Of, or relating to the first-person plural pronoun when including the person being addressed.

As the we in If you want, we could go back to my place for coffee.

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The definition of inclusive is something that does not leave any part or group out.

An example of inclusive is a school that has students of all races and backgrounds.

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Taking a great deal or everything within its scope; comprehensive.

An inclusive survey of world economic affairs.

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Including the specified extremes or limits as well as the area between them.

The numbers one to ten, inclusive.

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Of, relating to, or being a first person plural pronoun that includes the addressee, such as we in the sentence If you're hungry, we could order some pizza.
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Including or tending to include; esp., taking everything into account; reckoning everything.
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Including the terms, limits, or extremes mentioned.

Ten days, from April third to the twelfth inclusive.

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Including (almost) everything within its scope.

An inclusive list of Wiki formats.

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Including the extremes as well as the area between.

Numbers 1 to 10 inclusive.

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  • Including; taking into account.
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Origin of inclusive

  • From Middle French inclusif, from Medieval Latin inclusivus
    From Wiktionary