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[ US /tɹænsˈnæʃənəɫ/ ]
[ UK /tɹænsnˈæʃənə‍l/ ]
  1. involving or operating in several nations or nationalities
    multinational corporations
    transnational terrorist networks
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How To Use transnational In A Sentence

  • Instead of being a "multinational corporation," it will have to become a "transnational confederation. MANAGING IN TURBULENT TIMES
  • Not in so many words, she viewed my new handset as just another exotic creation of a transnational technocracy using technology to get us to spend our obsessive consumerist, materialist dollars.
  • In spite of the complexities of spanning the globe and a sluggish economic environment, most of these tech transnationals have been delivering outstanding financial results.
  • Transnational links were shattered by closing frontiers and the tide of nationalist sentiment sweeping through society.
  • This step suggested that the most important resource for the exchange of ideas, and the surest to offer the most promising and profitable transnational education, was no longer anglicized Latin but rather rebranded English. The English Is Coming!
  • The fibre supply was now tightly committed to the operations of three large transnational pulp and paper corporations.
  • A quarter of the world's production comes from transnational corporations. Sociology
  • The main drivers of change are now transnational corporations rather than national governments.
  • The emergence of transnational money may signify a major turning point in political history and political theory. MANAGING IN TURBULENT TIMES
  • For this reason, the authors warn that "innovative approaches for understanding the structure of Mexican Transnational Criminal Networks, their procedures, and more importantly, to what extent and perdurability they are reaching into the United States security agencies and institutions through corruption and co-optation, is essential in improving the U.S. capacity to face this serious challenge to its security agencies. José Fernando López: One-sided Death Toll
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