give to the world

See: circulate
References in classic literature ?
In the seventeenth century it is already sufficiently the sovereign, sufficiently triumphant, sufficiently established in its victory, to give to the world the feast of a great literary century.
What assurance do these two countries (North and South Korea) give to the world that if the forces in the demilitarized zone are removed they will not fight again?
When his team comes through small towns and remote villages, Cottrell shakes hands, hugs children, spends time encouraging them that they, too, have the gift of friendship to give to the world.