Definition of worldwide in English:

worldwide

Syllabification: world·wide
Pronunciation: /ˈwərldˈwīd
 
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adjective

Extending or reaching throughout the world: worldwide sales of television rights
More example sentences
  • This event will reach a worldwide audience as the team set out to put Ireland on the map.
  • They are starting to be used as weapons and will soon have worldwide reach.
  • His unique talent has earned him a worldwide reputation as the world's most popular phantom.
Synonyms

adverb

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Throughout the world: she travels worldwide as a consultant
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  • The sea and waterways are the most widely used mode for transporting goods worldwide.
  • Stunts filmed for the show have been connected to many copycat incidents worldwide.
  • Steve has published all the books himself and has sold more than 275,000 copies worldwide.

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