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internationally

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Nationality & race
internationallyin‧ter‧na‧tion‧al‧ly /ˌɪntəˈnæʃənəli $ -tər-/ adverb 🔊 🔊 SANEVERYWHEREin many different parts of the worldinternational 🔊 These days businesses have to be able to compete internationally.internationally famous/recognized/known etc 🔊 an internationally famous sculptor
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internationallyWagner's opera will be telecast internationally.It is encouraging to see his experience recognised internationally.They do business nationally and internationally.We will convene a new private sector forum to promote London's position internationally.Along the path, there are gardens that are works of art themselves, designed by internationally known landscape designer Russell Page.Cape Town has decided to keep its name because it is internationally recognised.Yet, there are deep, long-term crises at home and internationally that cry out for leadership.internationally famous/recognized/known etcDenver overcame his shyness to take on a stage presence that made him internationally recognized.The museum directed the field research on the nearby internationally famous archaeological site of Vucedol.Third, because the elections were internationally recognized as free and fair, Taylor will have the backing of the international community.I am credited as the internationally known journalist and writer.Along the path, there are gardens that are works of art themselves, designed by internationally known landscape designer Russell Page.It was the best private house in Hochhauser, and after all, he was an internationally famous name.
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