Definition of world
- the next world
- the medieval world
- the academic world
- the digital world
- withdraw from the world
- living in your own little world
- makes a world of difference
- a world away
- announced their discovery to the world
- the animal world
the countries of the world
He is famous throughout the world.
They sailed around the world.
It can be found anywhere in the world.
The product is shipped halfway around the world.
The problem occurs in many parts of the world.
The island was cut off from the rest of the world.
They want to see the world.
the Eastern and Western worlds
people living in the English-speaking world
She broke the world record.
They won the world championship.
a world authority on gemstones
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: of or relating to the whole world
: extending or found throughout the world
: involving many parts of the world or the whole world
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