(adjective) Involving two or more nations.
Example: A transnational company such as Google or the supply chain of food to markets around the world.
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- Also called multinational.
- Sociopologists study (noun) transnationality and (noun) transnationalism to explore (adverb) transnationally relevant themes such as the process of (noun) transnationalization or how culture (verb) transnationalizes.
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