Definition of 'worldwide'
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Example sentences containing 'worldwide'
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Six publishers rejected it but it sold tens of millions of copies worldwide. The Sun (2016)More than two million people worldwide. Times, Sunday Times (2016)About 11 million cars worldwide were fitted with the deceptive software. Times, Sunday Times (2016)FOUR million cars worldwide were recalled yesterday over a deadly safety defect. The Sun (2016)I understand there are a lot of people worldwide who care for him and his music. The Sun (2016)Sadly that choice is not yet global; 200 million women worldwide cannot access family planning. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Last year turnover was 26 million and the company employs 180 people worldwide. Times, Sunday Times (2016)In just a few decades, hundreds of millions of people worldwide have been lifted out of poverty, hunger and disease by global trade and smartphones. The Sun (2016)Yet they can have an enormous impact worldwide as they minister to immigrants or international students. Christianity Today (2000)But then most of the sports that people watch worldwide are much better managed than cycling. Times, Sunday Times (2007)They have sold more than two million records worldwide. The Sun (2008)The operatic repertoire worldwide has also expanded in the course of the past sixty years. A TALE OF FOUR HOUSES: Opera at Covent Garden, La Scala, Vienna and the Met since 1945 (2003)The worldwide audience is expected to be in the tens of millions. Times, Sunday Times (2012)About one case a year is reported worldwide. The Sun (2011)Bird flu which spreads to humans has so far killed hundreds of people worldwide. The Sun (2015)There are more than nine million millionaires worldwide. The Sun (2009)He is fired up for this game and wants to do well with a worldwide audience watching. The Sun (2012)The findings emerged when his team combined studies of a million workers worldwide. The Sun (2016)He denied a worldwide audience the chance to see him at his best. The Sun (2009)But is it viable to demand that a worldwide epidemic be solved by the power of individuals alone? Times, Sunday Times (2010)The publication of stories abroad means almost two billion people worldwide are now free to read who the couple are. The Sun (2016)The reason is precisely that the "multinational" is becoming a "transnational" and a symbol of worldwide economic interdependence. MANAGING IN TURBULENT TIMES (1980)Mini sold 300,000 cars worldwide last year. The Sun (2013)Winning bridge as played by almost all top players worldwide - also yes. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The firm now turns out 60million pies a year which sell worldwide. The Sun (2013)Fans worldwide will also get to see it at 1,500 more movie theatres. The Sun (2014)The carmaker will cut 10 per cent of its salaried staff as it attempts to combat the slump in worldwide sales. Times, Sunday Times (2008)But it shocked the sport in December when it announced it was pulling out due to the worldwide economic crisis hitting sales. The Sun (2009)ANOTHER day, another seismic shock in the worldwide economic earthquake. The Sun (2008)SOFT drinks makers should set sugar reduction targets to halt a worldwide obesity epidemic, a charity says. The Sun (2015)Our brilliant 2-for-1 entry deal on the worldwide box-office hit lasts only until today. The Sun (2013)With eight million worldwide album sales under his belt, Will could fund pretty much any overblown vice he fancies. The Sun (2011)THE amount of endangered Atlantic bluefin tuna traded worldwide last year was 141 per cent higher than the official limit. The Sun (2011)
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British English: worldwide ADVERB
If something exists or happens worldwide, it exists or happens throughout the world.
His books have sold more than 20 million copies worldwide.
Definition of worldwide from the Collins English Dictionary
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