Relating to or embracing the whole of something, or of a group of things
some students may prefer to be given a global picture of what is involved in the task
Operating or applying through the whole of a file, program, etc
involving the entire earth; not limited or provincial in scope; "global war"; "global monetary policy"; "neither national nor continental but planetary"; "a world crisis"; "of worldwide significance"
ball-shaped: having the shape of a sphere or ball; "a spherical object"; "nearly orbicular in shape"; "little globular houses like mud-wasp nests"- Zane Grey
(globally) throughout the world; "this is globally significant"
Global is a DVD and CD set of Paul van Dyk's worldwide DJ-ing tours. The CD is a music-only version of the DVD. DVD extras (not matched on the CD) include videos of Another Way, For An Angel, Forbidden Fruit, We Are Alive and Tell Me Why (The Riddle).
Global is an album by Trinidadian Ragga Soca artist Bunji Garlin released in 2007.
Global (often written in all capitalized letters as "GLOBAL") is a brand of cutlery products made by Yoshikin of Japan. Their selection of knives are known for their distinctive one piece, molybdenum/vanadium stainless steel design.
Global is the debut album by Brian Dougans, most famous for being part of the British electronica group The Future Sound of London. ...
Global Television Network (more commonly called Global TV or just Global) is an English language privately owned television network in Canada. It is owned by CW Media Inc., a division of Canwest which is headquartered in Winnipeg, Manitoba. ...
(Globally) Globalization (or globalisation) describes a process by which regional economies, societies, and cultures have become integrated through a global network of communication, transportation, and trade. ...
A globally scoped identifier; spherical, ball-shaped; of or relating to a globe or sphere; Concerning all parts of the world; of a variable, accessible by all parts of a program
(globally) In all places or situations; Over the entire planet
Overall or multiple (e.g., global symptoms).
Our product and service offering to multinational customers, which provides tailored credit management solutions for customers worldwide in several languages and currencies.
Something you can see from anywhere, usually used of variables and subroutines that are visible everywhere in your program. In Perl, only certain special variables are truly global--most variables (and all subroutines) exist only in the current package. Global variables can be declared with our. ...
Global means `independent of the current environment; in effect throughout Emacs'. It is the opposite of local (q.v.). Particular examples of the use of `global' appear below.
Modifier which can denote total or nearly total coverage of the Earth, land, ocean or both.
As distinct from "Global Coordination," a "Global" organization is simply one which has sales internationally, but doesn't necessarily coordinate work globally. The company isn't a multinational company either, in that it doesn't have a big presence in multiple nations. ...
This term is used to describe the scope of data elements and modules which are not defined locally (and can therefore be accessed anywhere in executable code).
(noun) – the informal name for the global headquarters of the Global Service Jam in Nürnberg, Germany (basically, Adam & Markus)
A variable or function that is accessible from any NewtonScript code. Source: NPG
This context means that the directive may appear inside <Global> sections in the server configuration file. This context is used as a shortcut for placing directives with all server contexts (i.e. the "server config" context as well as any <VirtualHost> contexts within the configuration file). ...
Another expression for the absolute extremum, maximum or minimum. It comes from the fact that this extremum is the most extreme extremum on the globe. For instance, the coldest place on earth, emotionally speaking, is Washington D.C. It is a global extremum.
affecting all areas, e.g., global developmental delays.
Pertaining to or governing all of the operations of an instrument.