Definition of transnational in English:
Extending or operating across national boundaries: transnational advertising agencies
More example sentences
- Both inwardly and outwardly, growing instability infected national and transnational politics.
- The maquiladora sector is governed by a slew of local, national and transnational laws.
- In the current national military strategy, transnational threats are of prime importance.
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A large company operating internationally; a multinational.
- It goes beyond the CEOs of big transnationals in manufacturing, services and finance.
- In spite of the complexities of spanning the globe and a sluggish economic environment, most of these tech transnationals have been delivering outstanding financial results.
- Just a handful of transnationals, local corporations and narrow sections of educated middle-class employees.
- Example sentences
- But my research, and that of others, suggests that the traditional model that informs immigration policy can't deal with transnationalism.
- But during the millennium and start of the 21st century, demonstrations against globalism have been on the rise, responding to rapid developments in transnationalism.
- Some theories of transnationalism are extremely immaterial.
- transnationally adverb
- Example sentences
- By making it easier to offer courses transnationally, exporters can use the excess educational capacity of the North to increase capacity in the South.
- They occur all over the world and the activities are carried out transnationally.
- A more recent trend is the incorporation of a new type of Irish emigrant - the transnationally mobile educated elite - into primary sector positions in ‘global’ cities.
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