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world as a whole
[UK: wəːld əz ə houl]
world bank
[UK: wəːld bæŋk]
world body
[UK: wəːld boudiː]
world center
[UK: wəːld sentər]
world champion
[UK: wəːld tʃæmpiən]
world champions
[UK: wəːld tʃæmpiən]
world championship
[UK: wəːld tʃæmpiənʃip]
world chess champion since 1985
[UK: wəːld tʃæmpiənʃip]
world class
[UK: wəːld klɑːs]
world climate
[UK: wəːld klaimət]
world competitive level
[UK: wəːld kəmpetətiv levəl]
world conference
[UK: wəːld kɔnfərəns]
world congress
[UK: wəːld kɔŋgres]
world court
[UK: wəːld kɔːt]
world courts
[UK: wəːld kɔːts]
world cup
[UK: wəːld kʌp]
world cup preliminaries
[UK: wəːld kʌp]
world depression
[UK: wəːld dipreʃən]
world domination
[UK: wəːld dɔmineiʃən]
world dominations
[UK: wəːld dɔmineiʃən]
world economic forum
[UK: wəːld dɔmineiʃən]
world economy
[UK: wəːld ikɔnəmiː]
world empire
[UK: wəːld empaiər]
world empires
[UK: wəːld empaiər]
world exhibition
[UK: wəːld eksibiʃən]
world exposition
[UK: wəːld ekspəziʃən]
world expositions
[UK: wəːld ekspəziʃənz]
world fair
[UK: wəːld fɛər]
world fame
[UK: wəːld feim]
world famous
[UK: wəːld feiməs]
world full of competition
[UK: wəːld ful ɔf kɔmpətiʃən]
world health organization
[UK: wəːld helθ ɔːgənaizeiʃən]
world histories
[UK: wəːld helθ ɔːgənaizeiʃən]
world history
[UK: wəːld histriː]
world jewish congress
[UK: wəːld histriː]
world jewish relief
[UK: wəːld histriː]
world jewry
[UK: wəːld dʒiːriː]
world language
[UK: wəːld læŋgwidʒ]
world languages
[UK: wəːld læŋgwidʒiz]
world literature
[UK: wəːld litrətʃər]
world market
[UK: wəːld mɑːkit]
world markets
[UK: wəːld mɑːkits]
world meteorological organization
[UK: wəːld miːtiərəlɔdʒikl ɔːgənaizeiʃən]
world music
[UK: wəːld mjuːzik]
world name
[UK: wəːld neim]
world of animals
[UK: wəːld ɔf æniməlz]
world of culture
[UK: wəːld ɔf kʌltʃər]
world of emotions
[UK: wəːld ɔf imouʃənz]
world of employment
[UK: wəːld ɔf implɔimənt]
world of fancy
[UK: wəːld ɔf fænsiː]
world of film
[UK: wəːld ɔf film]
world of finance
[UK: wəːld ɔf fainæns]
world of gangsters
[UK: wəːld ɔf gæŋstəz]
world of ghosts
[UK: wəːld ɔf gousts]
world of ideas
[UK: wəːld ɔf aidiəz]
world of illusions or fantasy
[UK: wəːld ɔf iluːʒnz ər fæntəsiː]
world of nature
[UK: wəːld ɔf neitʃər]
world of nonsense and meaninglessness
[UK: wəːld ɔf nɔnsens ænd miːniŋləsnəs]
world of phantasy
[UK: wəːld ɔf nɔnsens ænd miːniŋləsnəs]
world of the cinema
[UK: wəːld ɔf ðiː sinəmə]
world of the dead
[UK: wəːld ɔf ðiː ded]
world of the future
[UK: wəːld ɔf ðiː fjuːtʃər]
world of the imagination
[UK: wəːld ɔf ðiː imædʒineiʃən]
world of the rich people
[UK: wəːld ɔf ðiː ritʃin piːpl]
world opinion
[UK: wəːld əpiniən]
world order
[UK: wəːld əpiniən]
world outlook
[UK: wəːld autluk]
world peace
[UK: wəːld piːs]
world picture
[UK: wəːld piktʃər]
world pictures
[UK: wəːld piktʃəresk]
world policy
[UK: wəːld pɔləsiː]
world population
[UK: wəːld pɔpjuleiʃən]
world power
[UK: wəːld pauər]
world powers
[UK: wəːld pauər]
world premiere
[UK: wəːld pauər]
world premieres
[UK: wəːld premiəz]
world production
[UK: wəːld prədʌkʃən]
world rankings
[UK: wəːld prədʌkʃən]
world record
[UK: wəːld rekɔːd]
world record holder
[UK: wəːld rekɔːd houldər]
world record time
[UK: wəːld rekɔːd taim]
world records
[UK: wəːld rikɔːdz]
world renowned
[UK: wəːld rinaund]
world security council
[UK: wəːld sikjeəritiː kaunsl]
world shaking
[UK: wəːld ʃeikiŋ]
world to come
[UK: wəːld tou kʌm]
world trade center
[UK: wəːld træd sentər]
world trade organization
[UK: wəːld træd ɔːgənaizeiʃən]
world traveler
[UK: wəːld trəvelər]
world under water
[UK: wəːld ʌndər wɔːtər]
world union of jewish students
[UK: wəːld ʌndər wɔːtər]
world view
[UK: wəːld vjuː]
world war
[UK: wəːld ər]
world war i
[UK: wəːld ər aiəmɔːfuliːsɔriː]
world war ii
[UK: wəːld ər aiəmɔːfuliːsɔriː]
world war ii concentration camp
[UK: wəːld ər aiəmɔːfuliːsɔriː]
world war two
[UK: wəːld ər twou]
world wars
[UK: wəːld wɔːz]
world weariness
[UK: wəːld wɛərinəs]
world weary
[UK: wəːld wiəriː]
world wide
[UK: wəːld waid]
world wide web
[UK: wəːld waid web]
world wildlife fund
[UK: wəːld waid web]
world without end
[UK: wəːld wiθɔːt ənd]
world's best
[UK: wəːld wiθɔːt ənd]
world's best chess player
[UK: wəːld wiθɔːt ənd]
world's forgotten
[UK: wəːld wiθɔːt ənd]
world-beater
[UK: wəːld wiθɔːt ənd]
world-famous
[UK: wəːldfeiməs]

Example Sentences Including 'world'

The Western world, or simply the West, refers to various nations, depending on the context, most often including at least part of Europe.

Western culture, sometimes equated with Western civilization, Occidental culture, the Western world, Western society, European civilization, or Christian civilization, is a term used very broadly to refer to a heritage of social norms, ethical values, traditional customs, belief systems, political systems and specific artifacts and technologies that have some origin or association with Europe.

The Western Front was the main theatre of war during the First World War.

Dwindle Distribution, based in El Segundo, California, United States, was, as of January 2005, the world's largest skateboard company and is a component of Globe International Limited.

Arabic numerals or Hindu-Arabic or Indo-Arabic numerals are the ten digits of 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, which are the most popular digits in the world as of early 21st century.

The Reprint Society, trading as World Books, was a book club in the United Kingdom founded by Alan Bott in 1939 who also started the Book Society, the Avalon Press and Pan Books.

Performativity is language which effects change in the world and functions as a form of social action.

West Technology Forensics revolutionary breakthrough could be used by police forces across the world to help solve thousands of unsolved gun crimes.

During the final stage of World War II, the United States detonated two nuclear weapons over the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki on August 6 and 9, 1945, respectively.

With Will, Chris hosts a podcast called Homo Sapiens, which covers interests of LGBTQ+ people around the world.

Bournemouth beach in Dorset takes the top spot - and it also came fifth in Europe and 14th in the world.

The Illustrious class was a class of aircraft carrier of the Royal Navy that included some of the most important British warships in the Second World War.

The former world champion F1 driver shared an image of the officer, who knocked on his premises at 6.

The 20-year-old reality star and Travis Scott welcomed their first child into the world on February 1 - and Kylie is utterly smitten.

Concealed shoes hidden in the fabric of a building have been discovered in many European countries, as well as in other parts of the world, since at least the early modern period.

Three Lions boss Gareth Southgate hopes the Bayer Leverkusen winger could be part of his World Cup squad this summer.

His iconic bald head being kissed by French teammate Laurent Blanc at the 1998 World Cup is a memory that still lives on.

In the world of social media, sharing photos online for the world to see has become the new norm.

Darken is a completed webcomic set in a Dungeons & Dragons-style fantasy world, featuring a cast of morally ambiguous or outright evil characters led by Gort, lord of hellfire.

The WAGGGS-Western Hemisphere Region is the divisional office of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts, which services Guiding and Scouting in North and South America.





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