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exclusive

US [ɪkˈsklusɪv]
UK [ɪkˈskluːsɪv]
  • n.独家报道;独家新闻;独家专文
  • adj.独有的;排外的;不愿接收(较低社会阶层)新成员的;高档的
  • Web排他的;独占的;独家的
Plural Form:exclusives  
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adj.
1.
(个人或集体)专用的,专有的,独有的,独占的only to be used by one particular person or group; only given to one particular person or group
The hotel has exclusive access to the beach.
这家旅馆有通向海滩的专用通道。
exclusive rights to televise the World Cup
世界杯赛的独家电视播放权
His mother has told ‘The Times’ about his death in an exclusive interview(= not given to any other newspaper) .
他的母亲在接受《泰晤士报》的独家采访时谈到他的死亡。
2.
排外的;不愿接收(较低社会阶层)新成员的not very willing to allow new people to become members, especially if they are from a lower social class
He belongs to an exclusive club.
他参加的是一个不轻易吸收新会员的俱乐部。
3.
高档的;豪华的;高级的of a high quality and expensive and therefore not often bought or used by most people
an exclusive hotel
高级酒店
exclusive designer clothes
高档名牌服装
4.
排斥的;排他的not able to exist or be a true statement at the same time as sth else
The two options are not mutually exclusive(= you can have them both) .
这两种选择并不相互排斥。
5.
~ of sb/sth
不包括;不算;除…外not including sb/sth
The price is for accommodation only, exclusive of meals.
此价只包括住宿,饭费除外。
n.
1.
独家新闻;独家专文;独家报道an item of news or a story about famous people that is published in only one newspaper or magazine

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