The definition says:
To transport by teleportation.
But what's not clear is if "teleport anywhere in the world" means "teleport from anywhere" or "teleport to anywhere" or "teleport to anywhere from anywhere".
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I would understand it as teleport to anywhere in the world.
In context, it might also imply from anywhere, but that's a pragmatic conclusion, not part of the meaning.
Compare the verb ship: "We ship anywhere" means "to any destination".
This is an interesting question, because teleport is a fairly recent word coined to refer to an imaginary phenonmenon, but English speakers unhesitatingly treat it like existing words such as send and ship.