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  1. in·clude
    IPA[inˈklo͞od]
  2. verb

    • 1. comprise or contain as part of a whole:

      the price includes dinner, bed, and breakfast other changes included the abolition of the death penalty
      Synonym : incorporate, comprise, encompass, cover, embrace, involve, take in, number, contain, consist of, be made up of, be composed of, comprehend
    • 2. make part of a whole or set:

      we have included some hints for beginners in this section
      Synonym : add, insert, put in, append, enter, build in
    • 3. allow (someone) to share in an activity or privilege:

      there were doubts as to whether she was included in the invitation
      Synonym : allow for, count, take into account, take into consideration
  3. Variation

    • v.: verb: include, 3rd person present: includes, gerund or present participle: including, past tense: included, past participle: included

    • verb

      comprise or contain as part of a whole:

      make part of a whole or set:

    • adjective

      contained as part of a whole being considered:

      (of a style or stamen) not protruding beyond the corolla.

    • adjective

      contained as part of a whole being considered:
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