- spherical, ball-shaped
Etymology: globe + -al
- In the center was a small, mass....
- (context, not comparable) of or relating to a globe or sphere
- (context, not comparable) concerning all parts of the world
- Pollution is a problem.
- (context, not comparable, computing) of a variable, accessible by all parts of a program
- Global variables keep support engineers employed.
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