Origin of global
Examples from the Web for globally
Contemporary Examples of globally
Eventually, their output is worth five times that much to those who transport it globally.BBC Reporter Gets High On The Job
Jack Holmes, The Daily Beast Video
December 23, 2014
Globally, HIV affects more than 33 million people, and new cases are continuing to rise.Victor Mooney’s Epic Adventure for His Dead Brother
October 19, 2014
Steven Pinker recently argued that, globally, violence has actually declined over time.You, Too, Could Be a Homicidal Zealot
July 7, 2014
The Keep America Safe website was at least a globally literate and coherent representation of international security issues.The Cheneys’ Permanent War
June 18, 2014
We are faced with people who are battle-hardened, indoctrinated, globally networked and fluent in English.Western Jihadists in Syria Threaten to Bring Their War Back Home
April 27, 2014
- covering, influencing, or relating to the whole world
Word Origin and History for globally
1670s, "spherical," from globe + -al (1). Meaning "worldwide, universal" is from 1892, from French. Global village first attested 1960, popularized, if not coined, by Canadian educator Marshall McLuhan (1911-1980).
Postliterate man's electronic media contract the world to a village or tribe where everything happens to everyone at the same time: everyone knows about, and therefore participates in, everything that is happening the minute it happens. Television gives this quality of simultaneity to events in the global village. [Carpenter & McLuhan, "Explorations in Communication," 1960]
- Having the shape of a globe; spherical.
- Of or involving the entire earth; worldwide.
- Comprehensive; total.
- Of or relating to the eyeball.