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Independence Day

noun [C usually singular] uk   us  

Independence Day noun [C usually singular] (US)

in the US, the official name for the Fourth of July holiday

Independence Day noun [C usually singular] (OTHER COUNTRIES)

a day on which a country celebrates being independent from foreign rule
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