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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishglobalglo‧bal /ˈɡləʊbəl $ ˈɡloʊ-/ ●●○ W2 adjective  1 PALL/EVERYTHINGaffecting or including the whole worlduniversal global climate change the global economy2 considering all the parts of a problem or situation together We are taking a global view of our business.3 ALL/EVERYTHINGaffecting a whole computer system, program, or fileglobally adverb
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globalAnd it has failed to snare any major global accounts in several years.Campaigners have called for a global ban on landmines.Interdependence was to be found at global, continental, regional or local levels.The new global economy is exciting and full of possibilities.Multinational companies create, in effect, a global economy.It was impossible to completely check the global effects of each alteration to the file.Yet the rainforests cover just seven percent of global landmass.Today the global network environment reaches over 140 countries, each with its own slant.Of course, in past centuries, no global news network existed to capture the anguish of the victims.AIDS is a global problem which needs a global response.Only the UN can tackle global problems like pollution of the atmosphere.Anything the US does is likely to have an impact on a global scale.a global searchSimon & Schuster said it no longer wanted the smaller company because it did not fit into its global strategy.We've done a global study on the company's weaknesses.Scientists at an international conference have been discussing global warming and its possible effects.