Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts
1) a price or plan that encompasses a majority of things
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all-inclusive resort/medical plan
Something 'all-inclusive', is usually a plan or cost that includes everything or everyone. An 'all-inclusive' school, for example, accepts all students. This is an adjective you might often see in pricing plans and for subscription fees. It can be used in social and professional contexts. Similar expressions include 'all-encompassing' and 'indiscriminate'.
Social Examples (Advance)
We spent our vacation at an all-inclusive resort in Spain.
Our insurance is all-inclusive and covers us for anything imaginable.
Professional Examples (Basic)
The company offered an all-inclusive medical plan to every full-time employee.
The company has fantastic perks for example all-inclusive access to the local country club.
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