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Can I say that the word "excludes" is the antonym of "includes"?

Actually for me it look like as one origin with two different prefixes only: EX-clude and IN-clude. But I didn't find it as an antonym and that's why I suspect maybe it is not considered so. Look carefully in the list of the antonyms made by google - below:

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    thesaurus.com/browse/exclude
    – Khan
    Nov 3, 2016 at 1:55
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    Yes, in- and ex- (from the Latin for in and out, roughly) are frequently used in English words with their roots in Latin or the Romance languages (inhale/exhale, interior/exterior, internal/external, e.g.) in this way. Nov 3, 2016 at 2:17

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Yes, in- and ex- (from the Latin for in and out, roughly) are frequently used in English words with their roots in Latin or the Romance languages (inhale/exhale, interior/exterior, internal/external, e.g.) in this way. –

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