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independentlyadverb

uk   /ˌɪndɪˈpendəntli/ us  
without being controlled or influenced by the government or another organization: independently of sb/sth The person appointed shall act independently of the Board. independently examined/verified/tested
done by a small company or organization that is not part of a larger group of companies: The company operates completely independently.independently produced/owned/run independently owned bookstores
without being helped or influenced by other people: work/think independently The survey found that many graduates had difficulty working independently. He has lived independently since the age of 17.
separately from other things: Each problem requires different strategies and should be viewed independently.
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