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globe

noun /ɡləub/
(usually with the) the Earth
globo
I’ve travelled to all parts of the globe.
a ball with a map of the Earth on it.
globo terráqueo
an object shaped like a globe
globo, esfera
The chemicals were crushed in a large metal globe.
global adjective affecting the whole world
global, universal, mundial
Pollution is a global problem India, the largest banana producing country in the world, is vying for a bigger share of the global market.
globalize verb ( also globalise (British)) (especially of a business) to operate or spread all over the world
globalizar
The company was founded 127 years ago and then globalized its business over the years.
globalization noun ( also globalisation (British))
globalización
the globalization of commerce.
global village noun the world thought of as a small place, because modern communication allow fast and efficient contact even to its remote parts.
aldea global
global warming noun a gradual increase in the temperature of the Earth’s atmosphere, widely believed to be caused by the greenhouse effect
calentamiento global
the effects of global warming.
globally adverb
globalmente
globular /ˈɡlobjulə/ adjective shaped like a globe.
globular
globule /ˈɡlobjuːl/ noun a small drop of a liquid or sticky substance
glóbulo
Globules of sweat were running down his face.
globetrotter noun a person who goes sight-seeing all over the world.
trotamundos
globetrotting noun
viajar alrededor del mundo
Translations of “globe”
in Korean 지구본…
in Arabic مُجَسَّم الكُرة الأرْضِيَة…
in French globe, terre, globe (terrestre)…
in Italian mappamondo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 世界, 地球儀…
in Russian глобус…
in Turkish küre…
in Polish globus…
in Portuguese globo…
in German die Erdkugel, der Globus, die Kugel…
in Catalan globus terraqüi…
in Japanese 地球儀…
in Chinese (Simplified) 世界, 地球仪…
(Definition of globe from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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