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ADJ-GRADED 高档的;高级的;奢华的 If you describe something as exclusive, you mean that it is limited to people who have a lot of money or who belong to a high social class, and is therefore not available to everyone.
He is already a member of Britain's most exclusive club...
The City was criticised for being too exclusive and uncompetitive.
ADJ 独用的;独有的;独享的 Something that is exclusive is used or owned by only one person or group, and not shared with anyone else.
Our group will have exclusive use of a 60-foot boat...
Many of their cheeses are exclusive to our stores in Britain.
ADJ （新闻报道）独家的 If a newspaper, magazine, or broadcasting organization describes one of its reports as exclusive, they mean that it is a special report which does not appear in any other publication or on any other channel.
He told the magazine in an exclusive interview: 'All my problems stem from drink'.
ADJ 不包括…的；不含…的 If a company states that its prices, goods, or services are exclusive of something, that thing is not included in the stated price, although it usually still has to be paid for.
All charges for service are exclusive of value added tax...
Skiing weekends cost £58 (exclusive of travel and accommodation).
PHRASE 相互排斥的;互不相容的 If two things are mutually exclusive, they are separate and very different from each other, so that it is impossible for them to exist or happen together.
They both have learnt that ambition and successful fatherhood can be mutually exclusive.