In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(worldwide)(warfare/problem) a escala mundial(problem/warfare) globalthe global village — la aldea global
- A case of smallpox anywhere in the world would represent a global health emergency.
- They fear that global capitalism could slide into even greater instability, and slump.
- This is even more apparent to enterprises that compete internationally in a global economy.
- But I see China as a vital part of a growing new global economy.
- We want to problematize the question of when the international system became global in scale.
- They matter because in the increasingly global marketplace, the clout that counts is corporate.
- Certain industrial product categories are truly global in nature.
- She will lead off a discussion on ‘Women and the new global economy’.
- This is partly because of the astonishing speed at which the global economy is currently changing.
- Storm clouds are turning ominously dark as global markets become more unsettled by the week.
- What makes the recent changes stand out is that they are extremely rapid and global in extent.
- If you let the small town opinions of others govern your actions, you cannot be global in your reach.
- If it would ever do so, I'm confident the research would be global in nature and statistically reliable.
- But in an increasingly global marketplace, more U.S. companies are beginning to turn to foreign venture capitalists.
- Increasingly in the new global economy, labour is becoming an unregulated commodity.
- Think of a product that is so local, it could never go global.
- The global reach of the world wide web provides a clear advantage in rallying public opinion.
- Increasingly, the free movement of people is emerging as one of the engines of the global economy.
- They want to take full advantage of the Internet's connection to the global economy.
- Researchers can download data from the general circulation models of global climate.
- It is much easier to find your place in a global world when you have a strong sense of identity at home.
2(overall, comprehensive)(survey/view) global
- Those studies also focused on university students, in a bid to get a global picture of the prevalence of dating violence.
- Your Honour, I am doing this in a global way at the moment, showing the overall effect.
- A more global study of total nitrogen status of the entire plants would be needed to be able to reach a conclusion on this point.
- All players are not at this level, and one should look at the global picture.
- The four controls were run on every slide within a project and used to generate a global average of total analyte signal.
- Also one has to look at the global picture of dance, instead of just from a local angle.
- By the way, my entire global division of the international bakery was scrapped today.
- What we need are comprehensive, global statistics, and data on long-term trends.
- Standards of living as well which should be funded out of general global taxation.
- Measurements taken from these stations help to get a global picture of the magnetic field.
3Informáticaglobal search — búsqueda global femenino
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