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VERB 将…排除在外;不包括 If you exclude someone from a place or activity, you prevent them from entering it or taking part in it.
The Academy excluded women from its classes...
The army should be excluded from political life...
VERB 拒绝;阻止 If you exclude something that has some connection with what you are doing, you deliberately do not use it or consider it.
They eat only plant foods, and take care to exclude animal products from other areas of their lives...
In some schools, Christmas carols are being modified to exclude any reference to Christ.
VERB 排除…的可能性;对…不予考虑 To exclude a possibility means to decide or prove that it is wrong and not worth considering.
I cannot entirely exclude the possibility that some form of pressure was applied to the neck.
...the pathological evidence, which does not exclude suicide.
VERB 阻挡;拒绝；阻止…进入 To exclude something such as the sun's rays or harmful germs means to prevent them physically from reaching or entering a particular place.
This was intended to exclude the direct rays of the sun...
They have spent $3 million building fences around the National Park to exclude such pests.