The adjective inclusive means a price that includes all the charges associated with the products.

Synonyms are all-encompassing, broad, all together, or whole.

The word origins from Medieval Latin (mid-15th century) inclusivus. It comes from Latin inclus-, past participle stem of includere meaning “to shut in, enclose”.

All the product’s prices are inclusive of taxes.

The rent for every room is $200, inclusive of water and electricity.

The new rates applied are inclusive of the service fee.