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Translation of "globe" - English-Spanish dictionary

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
(Definition of globe from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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