Associations to the word «Global»
GLOBAL, adjective. Spherical, ball-shaped.
GLOBAL, adjective. (not comparable) Of or relating to a globe or sphere.
GLOBAL, adjective. Concerning all parts of the world.
GLOBAL, adjective. (not comparable) (computing) Of a variable, accessible by all parts of a program.
GLOBAL, adjective. Which has to be considered in its entirety
GLOBAL, noun. (computing) A globally scoped identifier.
GLOBAL CALIPHATE, noun. A visionary wordwide federal Islamic government that implements sharia law
GLOBAL COOLING, noun. Global climate change in the form of declining average temperatures.
GLOBAL COUPLING, noun. (computing) Synonym of common coupling.
GLOBAL COUPLINGS, noun. Plural of global coupling
GLOBAL DIMMING, noun. A worldwide decline, during the last few decades, of the intensity of the sunlight reaching the Earth's surface, caused by particulate air pollution. Such dimming has a dampening effect on global warming.
GLOBAL DISTILLATION, noun. The concentration of volatile pollutants, generated in the temperate zones, in the polar regions
GLOBAL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM, noun. (travel) (aviation) a multi-access reservation system used by the travel industry and airlines.
GLOBAL GOVERNANCE, noun. Supranational integration of national actors aimed at solving global problems that cannot be solved through national decision making alone.
GLOBAL HEALTHCARE, noun. Healthcare throughout the world.
GLOBAL HEALTHCARE, noun. Travel for medical treatment; medical tourism.
GLOBAL IMAGE, noun. An image which is created for a corporate or international audience; a global branding image or marketing artwork.
GLOBAL INDICATOR, noun. (aviation) A two letter indicator used in fare construction to indicate the basic routing that the fare applies to.
GLOBAL ORDER, noun. World order
GLOBAL PLAYER, noun. (business) A company or institution with world-wide presence in production and/or distribution, or which is recognized as a brand, or as a leader in its market segment, by most consumers world-wide.
GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM, proper noun. (cartography) A system which enables a mobile receiver to determine its precise location based on signals received from a constellation of US military satellites.
GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM, noun. Any system which enables a mobile receiver to determine its precise location based on signals received from satellites such as those of the US military, the Russian GLONASS system, or the proposed Galileo European alternative system.
GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEMS, noun. Plural of global positioning system
GLOBAL SOUTH, proper noun. Africa, Latin America, and developing Asia, including the Middle East, regarded as half of a socioeconomic and political divide with the Global North
GLOBAL VARIABLE, noun. (programming) A variable that has global scope; accessible in every part of the program.
GLOBAL VARIABLES, noun. Plural of global variable
GLOBAL VILLAGE, noun. The world as a single community of interdependent inhabitants who are interconnected by contemporary technology, especially television and the World Wide Web.
GLOBAL WARMING, noun. A sustained increase in the average temperature of the earth, sufficient to cause climate change.
GLOBAL WARMING DENIERS, noun. Plural of global warming denier
GLOBAL WEIRDING, noun. An alternative to global warming to reflect the belief that climate change causes or will cause various weather-related extremes, including both hot and cold weather, to become more intense.
GLOBAL, adjective. Involving the entire earth; not limited or provincial in scope; "global war"; "global monetary policy"; "neither national nor continental but planetary"; "a world crisis"; "of worldwide significance".
GLOBAL, adjective. Having the shape of a sphere or ball; "a spherical object"; "nearly orbicular in shape"; "little globular houses like mud-wasp nests"- Zane Grey.
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