Definition of Globalise

1. Verb. Make world-wide in scope or application. "Markets are being increasingly globalized"

Exact synonyms: Globalize
Generic synonyms: Broaden, Extend, Widen
Derivative terms: Globalisation, Globalization



Definition of Globalise

1. Verb. (alternative spelling of globalize) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Globalise

1. [v -ISED, -ISING, -ISES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Globalise

global organization
global paralysis
global player
global positioning systems
global society
global stability
global variable
global variables
global village
global warming
global warming denial
global warming denier
global warming deniers
global weirding
globalisation
globalise (current term)
globalised
globalises
globalising
globalism
globalisms
globalist
globalists
globality
globalizable
globalization
globalizations
globalize
globalized
globalizer

Literary usage of Globalise

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. France by OECD Staff (1997)
"... it should nonetheless seek to globalise its development assistance, increasing its scope and effectiveness, so as to avoid confusion between economic ..."

2. The OECD Small and Medium Enterprise Outlookby Marian Murphy by Marian Murphy (2002)
"While the Internet has the potential of helping small firms to globalise their business by allowing them to expand their customer base beyond their national ..."

3. Enhancing Sme Competitiveness: The OECD Bologna Ministerial Conference by Oecd (2001)
"... of management. finance. and research and development, Some clusters globalise through simultaneous investments by several components of the cluster. ..."

4. Strategic Business Services by Marian Murphy, Graham Vickery (1999)
"Small as well as large firms have the opportunity to globalise. Typically, the larger global firms have been evolving into one-stop shops, such as the "big ..."

5. FDI from Developing Countries: A Vector for Trade and Development by Byung-Hwa Lee (2002)
"... guidelines for firms and governments in developing economies as they globalise via FDI. Multinational business is, of course, a global phenomenon. ..."

6. France by OECD Staff (1997)
"... it should nonetheless seek to globalise its development assistance, increasing its scope and effectiveness, so as to avoid confusion between economic ..."

7. The OECD Small and Medium Enterprise Outlookby Marian Murphy by Marian Murphy (2002)
"While the Internet has the potential of helping small firms to globalise their business by allowing them to expand their customer base beyond their national ..."

8. Enhancing Sme Competitiveness: The OECD Bologna Ministerial Conference by Oecd (2001)
"... of management. finance. and research and development, Some clusters globalise through simultaneous investments by several components of the cluster. ..."

9. Strategic Business Services by Marian Murphy, Graham Vickery (1999)
"Small as well as large firms have the opportunity to globalise. Typically, the larger global firms have been evolving into one-stop shops, such as the "big ..."

10. FDI from Developing Countries: A Vector for Trade and Development by Byung-Hwa Lee (2002)
"... guidelines for firms and governments in developing economies as they globalise via FDI. Multinational business is, of course, a global phenomenon. ..."

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