what is difference between Exclude and Disclude
Borrowed from Latin exclūdō, from prefix ex- (“out”) + variant form of verb claudō (“close”).
- IPA(key): /ɪksˈkluːd/
- Hyphenation: ex‧clude
- Rhymes: -uːd
exclude (third-person singular simple present excludes, present participle excluding, simple past and past participle excluded)
- (transitive) To bar (someone) from entering; to keep out.
- (transitive) To expel; to put out.
- to exclude young animals from the womb or from eggs
- (transitive) To omit from consideration.
- Count from 1 to 30, but exclude the prime numbers.
- (transitive, law) To refuse to accept (evidence) as valid.
- (transitive, medicine) To eliminate from diagnostic consideration.
- (bar from entering): debar, forbar, turn away; see also Thesaurus:shut out
- (expel): eject, throw out, turf out; see also Thesaurus:kick out
- (omit from consideration): omit; see also Thesaurus:omit
- second-person singular present active imperative of exclūdō
Borrowed from Latin excludere.
- IPA(key): /eksˈklude/
a exclude (third-person singular present exclude, past participle exclus) 3rd conj.
- to exclude
- Antonym: include
Borrowed from Latin discludo, discludere (“separate or keep apart”).
disclude (third-person singular simple present discludes, present participle discluding, simple past and past participle discluded)
- (nonstandard) To disclose, make known.
- (nonstandard) To exclude, not include; to remove from inclusion.
- Please disclude me from further discussions on this topic.
- second-person singular present active imperative of disclūdō