Global [adjective]

Definition of Global:

worldwide, all-encompassing

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Sentence/Example of Global:

Vaccine tourism, in some ways, is a manifestation of these global inequalities.

I can participate in this historic global moment, despite the fact that I left the country 31 years ago.

As the global specialist in energy management and automation, it is the business’s mission to be a digital partner for sustainability and efficiency.

It was hard to miss the commercials, some of which claimed the company’s students—some as young as six—were being chased by global investors and bagging jobs at Google because of the skills they’d acquired through WhiteHat Jr classes.

They stepped up like never before to tackle numerous global issues, demonstrating they not only love solving incredibly hard problems, but can do it well and at scale.

The characters will “blast off on global ingredient missions, traveling to kitchens, restaurants, farms and homes all over the world,” as well as cooking alongside renowned chefs, home cooks, celebrities, and kids.

There are “indications of missed circulation in other regions and gaps of reporting,” Liang said as he called for a global review.

The global governing body was called International DanceSport, an umbrella organization for all dance disciplines, from Boogie Woogie to salsa.

Just as it seems increasingly difficult to write nature books that don’t address global warming, it seems half-baked to write about climate change in the purely aesthetic terms of nature writing.

We want to continue to inspire a global wave of self-worth with nonprofit organizations like the amazing One Simple Wish and Graham Windham.