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mondial

/ (ˈmɒndɪəl) /
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adjective

of or involving the whole world

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Word Origin for mondial

C20: from French, ultimately from Latin mundus
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Example sentences from the Web for mondial

  • Ce caractère Européen, voire mondial, du conflit est infiniment plus important que le prétexte qui l'a créé.

    Why We Are At War (2nd Edition, revised)|Members of the Oxford Faculty of Modern History
  • A model, or as it was called a "mondial" treaty was drawn up by the conference for this purpose.

    The Path of Empire|Carl Russell Fish
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