world

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  • She finished the year a career high world number three on the junior tour.
  • As well as many whose work and ideas helped shape the post-war world.
  • It is the largest library of its kind in the German speaking world.
  • He lived to see his system become the standard of the English-speaking world.
  • This system is used in approximately one fourth of the world's languages.
  • He was also a three-time world champion with the Soviet national team.
  • After this, the piece was produced throughout the English-speaking world and beyond.
  • Under this title the book became famous in the English-speaking world.
  • Under this title the book became famous in the English-speaking world.
  • Only thirty-eight made it through their first year in the New World.
  • This made the company the first state-supported theatre in the English-speaking world.
  • Dutch banks at this time still held much of the world's capital.
  • She is a three-time world champion, and won the European championship once.
  • It can now be used as an independent given name in the English-speaking world.
  • The name is sometimes used as an independent given name in the English-speaking world.
  • To the non French-speaking world, information about them is difficult to come by.
  • The news was reported in newspapers all over the world as a major story.
  • Similar legislation has since been brought into force throughout the English-speaking world.
  • However public opinion in the English-speaking world was slowly won over.
  • The name has been very common throughout the English-speaking world since the 1970s.
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Meaning of world

  • noun People in general; especially a distinctive group of people with some shared interest
    the Western world
  • noun All of your experiences that determine how things appear to you
    his world was shattered, we live in different worlds, for them demons were as much a part of reality as trees were
  • noun A part of the earth that can be considered separately
    the outdoor world, the world of insects
  • noun All of the living human inhabitants of the earth
    all the world loves a lover, she always used `humankind' because `mankind' seemed to slight the women