Bedeutung von “independence” — Learner’s Dictionary

independence

noun [ U ] us uk /ˌɪndɪˈpendəns/
Extra Examples
She didn't want to give up her independence.She had grown used to her independence.The camps give the children a taste of independence.Having a car gave him some independence.I admired her for her independence.
PERSON

B2 the quality of being able to look after yourself and not need money, help, or permission from other people:

My parents gave me a lot of independence.
Many old people are afraid of losing their independence.
COUNTRY

B2 a situation in which a country has its own government and is not ruled by another country:

Mexico gained its independence from Spain in l821.

(Definition von “independence” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)