- vt. 排除；阻止；拒绝接受
- vt. 排除; 不包括在内 keep out from somewhere, leave out from among the rest
prevent from being included or considered or accepted;
"The bad results were excluded from the report"
"Leave off the top piece"
prevent from entering; shut out;
"The trees were shutting out all sunlight"
"This policy excludes people who have a criminal record from entering the country"
lack or fail to include;
"The cost for the trip excludes food and beverages"
prevent from entering; keep out;
"He was barred from membership in the club"
put out or expel from a place;
"The unruly student was excluded from the game"
- At this stage we cannot entirely exclude the possibility of staff cuts.
- I mean the last thing we would think about is to exclude the children from this plan.
- Thick curtains help to exclude street noises.
- The court excluded the improperly obtained evidence.
- The price excludes accommodation.
- Closing the windows excludes street noises.
- The police have excluded the possibility that the kidnappers have run away.
- exclude from (v.+prep.)
把…排斥〔排除〕于…之外 keep (sth/sb) out of (sth); prevent (sb) from entering (sth he wishes to enter)
exclude sb/sth from sth/v-ing
We can exclude the possibility of total loss from our calculations.
The university had no right to exclude the student from the examination.
Nobody can be excluded from blame.
People under 21 are excluded from joining the club.21
When Branches are so thick..that they..exclude the sun.出自： Evelyn
A wire gate [was] fitted to the gallery stairs, so that he could..be excluded from the studio.出自： G. Maxwell