English version

in the whole (wide) world

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishin the whole (wide) worldin the whole (wide) worldinformalEVERYWHERE an expression meaning ‘anywhere’ or ‘at all’ – used to emphasize a statement I have the best job in the whole wide world. whole
Examples from the Corpus
in the whole (wide) worldYou're my best friend in the whole wide world!A toast to Bernie-the worst stockbroker in the whole world!I am not responsible for all the smuggling in the whole world.I thought it was the most beautiful spot in the whole world.There may be more bacteria in and on you as you read this than there are human beings in the whole world.You are my favourite person in the whole world.And his very best friend in the whole wide world is a rabbit.All current affairs in the whole world of lamentable war and strife needed to be weighed in this balance.There must be one woman in the whole world to whom he could tell the truth.
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