Translation of worldwide in Spanish:

worldwide

mundial, adj.

Pronunciation /wərldˈwaɪd//ˈwəːl(d)wʌɪd//wəːl(d)ˈwʌɪd/

adjective

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    mundial

adverb

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    (travel) por todo el mundo
    they are famous worldwide son mundialmente famosos
    • Several thousand people worldwide claim to have had such close encounters, researchers say.
    • The gallery can ship paintings worldwide, and you have the option to return any purchases within ten days.
    • His balanced approach remains an inspiration to aspiring sportsmen worldwide.
    • One could argue that a great deal of goodwill and generosity has been generated worldwide by the tsunami.
    • It is estimated that the disorder affects as many as 2.5million people worldwide.
    • Period drama is increasingly seen worldwide to be the area of British television expertise.
    • There is a view that the internet will change the way business is conducted worldwide.
    • Campaigners say the popular pub was known worldwide and want it reopened.
    • He pointed out that their group is the major supplier worldwide for green and white film.
    • It has already claimed the lives of scores of people worldwide and thousands have been affected.
    • Remembrance Day is celebrated worldwide every year and mourns the loss of lives in war.
    • Stunts filmed for the show have been connected to many copycat incidents worldwide.
    • Cleaner air in cities is only a small part of reducing emissions worldwide.
    • Countless surveys worldwide show that family companies tend to outperform.
    • He is known in life sciences worldwide and I think this makes us a key player now.
    • In total they have sold four million albums worldwide and notched up eight hit singles.
    • The sea and waterways are the most widely used mode for transporting goods worldwide.
    • Steve has published all the books himself and has sold more than 275,000 copies worldwide.
    • Think of all the good that can be done with the resources now squandered on weapons worldwide.
    • A toddler who battled an exceptionally rare form of cancer could give new hope to children worldwide.