Worldwide - definition, pronunciation, transcription
a worldwide epidemic
News of the attack attracted worldwide attention.
We have offices in over 56 countries worldwide.
The company has more than 2,000 employees worldwide.
She built a tiny business into a worldwide empire.
The revolution could result in worldwide cataclysm.
She has earned worldwide acclamation for her charitable works.
...millions have been slain worldwide by this dreadful disease...
The Society boasts 3000 members worldwide.
She has acquired an email address and a site on the WorldWide Web.
The worldwide picture for tribal people remains grim.
Nearly £7 billion has been wiped off share prices worldwide.
What a worldwide jungle of redtape!
One pandemic of Spanish flu took nearly 22 million lives worldwide.
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