- 1 1.1 (world) the globe el globoMore example sentences1.2 (model) globo (m) terráqueo
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- ‘It is a window to find new places and to tell readers around the globe about the world, its culture, its science and its nature,’ he said at the launch.
- Owing to the advances in the growing field of information technology, colleges and universities around the globe have begun offering Internet-based courses.
- Millions are used in factories, hospitals, universities around the globe for radiology, calibrating instruments and research.
- The goal was to see if they could take the globe's touch-sensitive surface and apply it to paper.
- I rationalized this time span by calculating the surface area of the globe: 21 square feet.
- The pin, which was small and had no legible writing, most obviously contained a two-dimensionable representation of the globe, with an eagle above it.
- 2 (lampshade) globo (m); (goldfish bowl) pecera (f) (esférica)More example sentences
- It's even less traditional up the stairwells where giant alien globes have landed, masquerading as light fittings.
- The massive ship's boilers were easily recognised, piercing the gloom like giant globes.
- The fruit and veg stalls were amazing, piled high with fantastic looking produce, plum tomatoes, giant mangos, mountains of artichoke globes, cauliflowers bigger than footballs.
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