Definition of Globalising

1. Verb. (present participle of globalise) ¹



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Definition of Globalising

1. globalise [v] - See also: globalise

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Globalising

global positioning systems
global society
global stability
global variable
global variables
global village
global warming
global warming denial
global warming denier
global warming deniers
global weirding
globalisation
globalise
globalised
globalises
globalising (current term)
globalism
globalisms
globalist
globalists
globality
globalizable
globalization
globalizations
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globalizer
globalizers
globalizes
globalizing

Literary usage of Globalising

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Denmark (2006)
""Making sense of national statistics in a globalising world" - how energy exports and shipping boost the current account In contrast to previous business ..."

2. Environmental Education, Ethics and Action in Southern Africa by Human Sciences Research Council, Johan Hattingh, EEASA (Organization)., Heila Lotz-sisitka, EEASA. (2002)
"Ambivalent globalising Influences in a Local Context: The Case of an Environmental Education Practitioner's Experience in Zambia Justin ..."

3. Within the Realm of Possibilty: From Disadvantage to Development at the by Mokubung O Nkomo, Derrick Swartz, Botshabelo Maja (2007)
"... 7 New pathways to sustainability: African universities in a globalising world Derrick Swartz This chapter explores some of the strategic dilemmas facing ..."

4. Canada by OECD Staff, OECD (2004)
"Macroeconomic performance in a globalising world Canada's overall macroeconomic performance has been solid for about a decade, despite the slowdown in 2003, ..."

5. Innovative People: Mobility of Skilled Personnel in National Innovation Systems by OECD (2001)
"In a globalising world, the number of linkages between the national systems ... In the globalising system of innovation (GSI) then there are a multitude of ..."

6. What Holds Us Together: Social Cohesion in South Africa by David Chidester, Phillip Dexter (2004)
"National unity, however, has been tested not only by internal divisions of the past but also by new globalising forces. In 1994, South Africa became a new, ..."

7. Enhancing Sme Competitiveness: The OECD Bologna Ministerial Conference by Oecd (2001)
"As long as globalising forces move at a faster pace than forces that influence the geographic sources of competitive advantage. economies will become in ..."

8. Denmark (2006)
""Making sense of national statistics in a globalising world" - how energy exports and shipping boost the current account In contrast to previous business ..."

9. Environmental Education, Ethics and Action in Southern Africa by Human Sciences Research Council, Johan Hattingh, EEASA (Organization)., Heila Lotz-sisitka, EEASA. (2002)
"Ambivalent globalising Influences in a Local Context: The Case of an Environmental Education Practitioner's Experience in Zambia Justin ..."

10. Within the Realm of Possibilty: From Disadvantage to Development at the by Mokubung O Nkomo, Derrick Swartz, Botshabelo Maja (2007)
"... 7 New pathways to sustainability: African universities in a globalising world Derrick Swartz This chapter explores some of the strategic dilemmas facing ..."

11. Canada by OECD Staff, OECD (2004)
"Macroeconomic performance in a globalising world Canada's overall macroeconomic performance has been solid for about a decade, despite the slowdown in 2003, ..."

12. Innovative People: Mobility of Skilled Personnel in National Innovation Systems by OECD (2001)
"In a globalising world, the number of linkages between the national systems ... In the globalising system of innovation (GSI) then there are a multitude of ..."

13. What Holds Us Together: Social Cohesion in South Africa by David Chidester, Phillip Dexter (2004)
"National unity, however, has been tested not only by internal divisions of the past but also by new globalising forces. In 1994, South Africa became a new, ..."

14. Enhancing Sme Competitiveness: The OECD Bologna Ministerial Conference by Oecd (2001)
"As long as globalising forces move at a faster pace than forces that influence the geographic sources of competitive advantage. economies will become in ..."

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