(of an expedition, enterprise, search, or network) moving or extending across or around the world.
- ‘Judging by the company you keep - jet-setting, transglobal culture makers who rarely seem without gadgets or cash - that's a very desirable demographic indeed.’
- ‘National borders still would exist, but the new, extended enterprise would link regions around the world to focus on industry specializations - a sort of transglobal value chain.’
- ‘The conference phone was dusted off and a transglobal press conference followed.’
- ‘In a story set at the dawn of transglobal travel, the ship's mutineers come across as the template for all marauding Brits on holiday since.’
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