Definition of globalize in English:


Syllabification: glob·al·ize
Pronunciation: /ˈɡlōbəˌlīz


Develop or be developed so as to make possible international influence or operation: [with object]: communication globalizes capital markets [no object]: building facilities overseas is part of the strategy of every company that aims to globalize
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  • The moment the debate was publicized on the Internet, it was globalized.
  • I can only assume that they've found a way to carry on globalising without these issues mattering - probably because technology has reduced the cost of reversioning.
  • The values of freedom and fairness must become the transparent motivation for globalising the world and not the current motivators, greed and exploitation.
internationalize, go global, expand worldwide



Pronunciation: /ˌɡlōbəliˈzāSHən/
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  • They're being heard on street violence, lack of safety in the streets, on immigration and heard on the uncertainties linked to globalizations.
  • Their goal is to establish a common market to help the sub region deal with the impact of economic globalizations.
  • It's more a sign that they are terrified of the globalization that is already occurring.

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