- v. alternative spelling of globalize.
- v. make world-wide in scope or application
“The media argue that they want to 'globalise' the game, which is why they plumped for the Japanese bid.”
“Users can 'globalise' their interface by switching text in their design to different languages with the new language feature.”
“Bank CEO Josef Ackermann said the firm would share the burden of the trading giant, has said it will 'globalise' the pain of Chancellor Alistair Darling's crackdown on City bonuses.”
“Deutsche Bank to 'globalise' bonus pain as Bank of England says City exodus is 'price ...”
“Indian companies are negotiating several M&A deals in Canada to secure technology, natural resources and access to the US market as they globalise operations, while Canadian firms are seeking capital, marketing skills and partners in the rapidly growing Indian economy.”
“Purpose is to globalise a constituency of the internet.”
“But, rather than building an anti-PHP style PHP framework that suffers from object bloat and ill-judged design patterns, why not create a DSL that accepts people will mix HTML and PHP, that people will globalise variables, that people will blindly accept user-entered input?”
“With the US onboard the world will globalise and homogenise that much faster and more smoothly.”
“Australia has a direct interest in seeing other countries integrate into the global economy or globalise.”
“Fidel Castro's words, we should globalise solidarity.”
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