Exclusive vs Dockominium - What's the difference?

exclusive | dockominium |


As nouns the difference between exclusive and dockominium

is that exclusive is information (or an artefact) that is granted or obtained exclusively while dockominium is a boat slip sold like a condominium, so that the owner has exclusive use of the slip and shared use of common areas of the marina.

As an adjective exclusive

is (literally) excluding items or members that do not meet certain conditions.

exclusive

English

Adjective

(en adjective)
  • (literally) Excluding items or members that do not meet certain conditions.
  • (figuratively) Referring to a membership organisation, service or product: of high quality and/or reknown, for superior members only. A snobbish usage, suggesting that members who do not meet requirements, which may be financial, of celebrity, religion, skin colour etc., are excluded.
  • Exclusive''' clubs tend to serve ' exclusive brands of food and drinks, in the same exorbitant price range, such as the 'finest' French châteaux.
  • exclusionary
  • whole, undivided, entire
  • ''The teacher's pet commands the teacher's exclusive attention.

    Antonyms

    * inclusive * non-exclusive

    Derived terms

    * exclusively * exclusiveness * exclusive or * exclusive right * exclusivity * mutually exclusive

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • Information (or an artefact) that is granted or obtained exclusively.
  • ''The editor agreed to keep a lid on a potentially distastrous political scoop in exchange for an exclusive of a happier nature
  • (grammar) A word or phrase that restricts something, such as only'', ''solely'', or ''simply .
  • dockominium

    English

    Noun

    (en noun) (wikipedia dockominium)
  • A boat slip sold like a condominium, so that the owner has exclusive use of the slip and shared use of common areas of the marina.