American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Involving or extending throughout the entire world; universal: a worldwide epidemic.
- adv. Throughout the world: distributed worldwide.
- adj. Spanning the world.
- adv. Throughout the world.
- world + -wide (Wiktionary)
“It seems premature to say for sure whether the story is overblown, but 257 confirmed cases worldwide (again: * worldwide*) seems an absurd number to cause such media hype.”
“Long-term, Qualcomm has three options: they can stop using the term worldwide, they can keep using it, while taking steps to avoid Germany and any other country where Smartbook AG can successfully pursue legal action, or they can come to an accommodation with Smartbook AG, by buying or licensing the trademark.”
“As a new MW, Campo joins an elite group of less than 276 others who have earned the title worldwide since 1953.”
“Their passionate fans have spread the word worldwide, resulting in Arcade Fire now being one of the biggest live bands on the planet.”
“It paints a very troubling picture of what we call the worldwide war on terrorism.”
“During this morning's weekly presidential radio address, Mrs. Bush fired the first shots in what she calls a worldwide effort to focus on the brutality against women and children by the Taliban and terrorists in Afghanistan.”
“Police spokesman Bob Ngombi says Uganda needs to train some members of the country's 15,000-strong force to combat terrorism, which he described as a worldwide problem.”
“The U.S. S.ate Department has also advised "a high level of vigilance" in what it calls a worldwide caution on the threat of terrorist actions and violence against Americans.”
“We now have the backing of one label worldwide and this is going to make life easier for us," says bassist Memnock.”
“Have a look at the publisher's website for the astonishing amount that's already been distributed - and all 1500 copies of the novel are in worldwide circulation.”
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