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1‘the company quoted an inclusive price’
all-in, all-inclusive, with everything included, comprehensive, in toto
overall, full, all-round, across the board, umbrella, blanket, catch-all, all-encompassing, all-embracing, without exception
2‘prices are inclusive of VAT’
including, incorporating, taking in, counting, taking account of
comprising, covering, embracing
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