global adjective (WORLD) translate to Traditional Chinese
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Translation of "global" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

global

adjective (WORLD)
世界
 
 
/ˈɡləʊ.bəl/ US  /ˈɡloʊ-/
relating to the whole world
全球的;全世界的
a global catastrophe/problem
世界性災難/全球性問題
The Earth and outer space - general words
globally
 
 
/ˈɡləʊ.bəl.i/ US  /ˈɡloʊ-/ adverb
The company has to be able to compete globally (= across the whole world).
這家公司必須要做到能在國際競爭中立於不敗之地。
We need to look at this issue globally (= to look at all parts of it).
我們需要全面審視這個議題。
The Earth and outer space - general wordsComplete and wholeVery and extreme
Translations of “global”
in Korean 세계의, 지구의…
in Arabic عالَمي…
in Portuguese global…
in Catalan mundial…
in Japanese 世界的な, 全世界の…
in Italian globale…
in Russian глобальный…
in Turkish küresel…
in Chinese (Simplified) 世界, 全球的, 全世界的…
in Polish światowy, globalny…
(Definition of global adjective (WORLD) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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