See also: world-wide

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From world +‎ -wide.

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worldwide (comparative more worldwide, superlative most worldwide)

  1. Spanning the world; global.
    A large meteorite impact would cause worldwide extinction of life.

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worldwide (not comparable)

  1. Throughout the world.
    Synonyms: around the world, globally, internationally
    The character of James Bond is known worldwide.
    English is spoken worldwide.

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