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the world

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe worldthe worldSGWORLDthe planet we live on, and all the people, cities, and countries on itearth Tuberculosis is still common in some parts of the world. At that time China was the most powerful country in the world. the world’s tallest building The Taj Mahal attracts visitors from around the world. Students from all over the world come to study at Oxford. Children are the same the world over. The book has been published throughout the world. There is nothing quite like it anywhere in the world. Europe’s relationship with the rest of the world I decided to take a year off to travel the world. a crime that shocked the worldGrammarYou say in the world: the fastest sports car in the world Don’t say: the fastest sports car in world | the fastest sport car on the world world
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the worldthe world's oldest treeScientists around the world have been conducting similar experiments.The ceremony was seen on television around the world.For South Africa, and indeed for the whole world, 1990 was a year of great change.At age 116, she was believed to be one of the oldest people in the world.In some parts of the world, clean drinking water is very scarce.You can buy Coca-Cola all over the world.John renounced the world when he became a monk.It's the world's tallest building.The two countries are trying to work out a peace deal with the whole world watching.
the worldthe worldnormal life in society, as opposed to a religious way of life, especially in a monastery etc She renounced the world and entered a convent. world