global, planetary, world(a), worldwide, world-wideadjective
involving the entire earth; not limited or provincial in scope
"global war"; "global monetary policy"; "neither national nor continental but planetary"; "a world crisis"; "of worldwide significance"
ball-shaped, global, globose, globular, orbicular, spheric, sphericaladjective
having the shape of a sphere or ball
"a spherical object"; "nearly orbicular in shape"; "little globular houses like mud-wasp nests"- Zane Grey
(Computers) Accessible and effective throughout an entire computer program, rather than in only one subroutine; -- used of variables; as, global variable. Opposite of local.
A globally scoped identifier.
In the center was a small, global mass....
of or relating to a globe or sphere
Concerning all parts of the world.
Pollution is a global problem.
of a variable, accessible by all parts of a program
Global variables keep support engineers employed.
Relating to the world or all countries of the world.
Global change is here and we are moving through moments of time creating peace, calm, stability, unity, solidarity, cohesion, understanding, optimum health, human rights, sustainable development goals and shared prosperity for all.Submitted by MaryC on April 4, 2020
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Rank popularity for the word 'global' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #2773
Rank popularity for the word 'global' in Adjectives Frequency: #376
The numerical value of global in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of global in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
We think the attacks would be a wake up call for investors, who have failed to price in risk within the price of crude. Although global supply will contract in the near term, the United States has the ability to supply this contraction.
You cannot have in a global economy different national tax systems that conflict with each other.
Jared Evans, a football player among the 195 evacuees, said in an interview Thursday night. After dinner, Jared Evans said, most people head straight to their rooms. Jarred Evans, a professional football player in China, is one of the Americans evacuated from a Chinese city at the center of the deadly coronavirus outbreak. ( AP Photo/Patricio Espinoza) They were flown out of Wuhan, the Chinese city at the epicenter of the outbreak, on Wednesday and while on the base have been given blood tests and nose, throat and mouth swabs. Most of the virus cases are in China, but the outbreak has spread to more than a dozen countries, and the World Health Organization declared a global emergency Thursday. The U.S. has advised against all travel to Chinaand on Thursday confirmed the countrys first case of person-to-person spread of the virus, a man who is married to a Chicago woman in her 60s who got sick after she returned from a trip to Wuhan. AMERICAN AIRLINES LATEST TO CANCEL ALL FLIGHTS TO CHINA AMID CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK One person tried to leave the base Wednesday night and Riverside County officials ordered the person quarantined for two weeks unless medically cleared before then, said Jose Arballo Jr., a spokesman for the countys public health agency. That means the unidentified person must remain with the group on the base, he said. Jose Arballo Jr. said early Friday that none of the passengers had shown signs of the illness but that Jose Arballo Jr. was about to go into a briefing for an update on the evacuees health. The evacuees are staying in hotel-style housing on the base and spent time Thursday exercising in a grassy area, some wearing masks, Jose Arballo Jr. said. A mobile medical clinic was set up in that area of the base so the evacuees will not have to go elsewhere for medical care if they need it, Jose Arballo Jr. said. Jarred Evans, who moved to Wuhan several years ago to play in a Chinese football league, said Jarred Evans would stay at the base until testing shows Jarred Evans is free of the virus. SIGN UP FOR THE FOX HEALTH NEWSLETTER Before the outbreak took hold, Jarred Evans said people in the city of 11 million people were happy as they prepared for the Lunar New Year holiday season. After news broke about rapidly expanding outbreak, Jarred Evans said residents swarmed pharmacies and stores to buy masks and disinfectant spray. The Chinese government shut down the city banning buses, trains, taxis, and personal cars and the military patrolled some streets and Jarred Evans compared its deserted atmosphere to an Old West ghost town. Imagine New York City being shut down, i was completely scared at first, because I didnt know exactly what was going to happen.
The trend in key regions such as Asia will need to improve if global growth in 2015 is to exceed its 2014 outcome.
That's what a global power is supposed to do to protect its own citizens and its own interests.
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- mundial, globular, globalCatalan, Valencian
- kugleformet, sfærisk, global, kuglerundDanish
- παγκόσμιος, παγκόσμιαGreek
- sfera, tutmonda, sferformaEsperanto
- ülemaailmne, globaalneEstonian
- سراسری, جهانی, کرویPersian
- pallomainen, globaali, maailmanlaajuinen, maailman, pallo, pyöreäFinnish
- mondiale, mondial, global, globulaireFrench
- domhantaScottish Gaelic
- グローバル, 万国, 世界的Japanese
- មូល, នៃសាកលKhmer
- universalis, universale, mundanus, totīus mundi, globalLatin
- bolvormig, bolrond, sferischDutch
- globalny, kulisty, sferycznyPolish
- esférico, global, esferal, globular, mundialPortuguese
- всемирный, глобальный, сферическийRussian
- klotformad, världsomspännande, globulär, -omfattande, världsomfattande, sfärisk, klot-, global, klotformig, allmänSwedish
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