Definition of 'globe'
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These are maps of the globe of land masses. The Times Literary Supplement (2012)There are the first globe artichokes for supper tonight. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The walls of this chamber are painted to form a map of the globe. Ice Time: Climate, Science, and Life on Earth (1990)Slice or cut the globe artichokes into wedges and add to the bowl. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Chop the red onion into small chunks or wedges and the globe artichoke hearts into quarters. Times, Sunday Times (2008)For a long time we have kept a small globe of the world in our front bay window. A Channel of Peace (1993)She got appallingly drunk and boiled some globe artichokes for thirty seconds when what they need is forty minutes. Blaikie's Guide to Modern Manners (2005)It had a heavy pierced stand with a glass reservoir for the oil and a chased glass globe on the chimney glass. Lost Voices of the Edwardians: 19011910 in the words of the Men & Women Who Were There (2006)Curdie took the princess again, and both turned their eyes to the globe of light. The Princess and the Goblin (1872)No wonder they've been touring the globe since bursting on to the scene five years ago. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Since 2000 he has scoured the globe for acquisitions to hasten growth. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Last year saw him touring the globe and a debut season in Ibiza. The Sun (2015)He'll scour the globe for another drink. Times, Sunday Times (2011)A small wooden painted globe stands on a bookshelf. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Its energy companies are scouring the globe for opportunities, but the most obvious solution remains out of reach. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Halloween enthusiasts from across the globe light thousands of pumpkins with candles, before setting off a spectacular fireworks display. The Sun (2010)The island has been his home for the past eight years or so when he's not touring the globe. The Sun (2014)The whole science then went backwards, yet gene doping is suddenly upon the globe as a form of cheating in sport. Times, Sunday Times (2006)There are now enough fibre-optic cables to circle the globe 30,000 times. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He held his tea cup above the carpet, blocking some of the flame globe's light. The Broken God (1993)What with touring the globe and recording, she can't have much time for anything else. The Sun (2011)He took up the cause of persecuted and imprisoned writers across the globe, met world leaders and made fearless, contentious speeches. Times, Sunday Times (2011)THE who's who of the fashion world cross the globe attending catwalk shows and designer presentations to bring you an edit of new season collections. The Sun (2012)And yet what did that signify, when there was the white globe shining, and here was the dead white bird in his hand? The Princess and the Curdie (1883)It is best to use large globe artichokes for this recipe, but if you can only get smaller ones, use eight or nine of them. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'globe'
British English: globe /ɡləʊb/ NOUN
You can refer to the earth as the globe.
...performers from around the globe.
- American English: globe
- Arabic: الكرة الأرضية
- Brazilian Portuguese: globo
- Chinese: 地球
- Croatian: Zemljina kugla
- Czech: zeměkoule
- Danish: klode
- Dutch: globe
- European Spanish: globo mundo
- Finnish: maapallo
- French: globe
- German: Globus
- Greek: υδρόγειος σφαίρα
- Italian: mappamondo
- Japanese: 地球儀
- Korean: 지구
- Norwegian: globus
- Polish: glob
- European Portuguese: globo
- Romanian: glob
- Russian: земной шар
- Spanish: globo
- Swedish: glob
- Thai: ลูกโลก
- Turkish: yerküre
- Ukrainian: земна куля
- Vietnamese: quả địa cầu
Definition of globe from the Collins English Dictionary
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