Definition of global
globallyplay \ˈglō-bə-lē\ adverb
Examples of global in a sentence
English is becoming a global language.
The program allows users to do global searches through all the available data.
Origin and Etymology of global
First Known Use: 1637
GLOBAL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of global for English Language Learners
: involving the entire world
: involving all of something and especially a computer system, file, etc.
GLOBAL Defined for Kids
Definition of global for Students
1 : in or having to do with the whole earth the global economy
2 : shaped like a globe
Medical Definition of global
1: having the shape of a globe
2a: of, relating to, or involving the entire world global health conditionsb: of, relating to, or involving the globe of the eye global anesthesia in cataract surgery
3a: being comprehensive, all-inclusive, or complete global obstetric care transient global amnesia akinesia was global, although rigidity and dystonia were strikingly unilateral in distribution—Oliver Sacksb: of, relating to, or constituting an organic whole : organismic the newer psychiatry seeks to understand in a global way the dynamic structure of the patient's personality—Psychological Abstracts
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