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Translation of "independent" - English-Turkish dictionary

independent

adjective
 
 
/ˌɪndɪˈpendənt/
RULE B2 not controlled or ruled by anyone else
bağımsız, hür
an independent state/company The group is independent of any political party.Freedom to actOpportunity
NEED B1 not wanting or needing anyone else to help you or do things for you
serbest, özgür, ayrı, müstakil
She's a proud, independent woman.Confidence and self-assuranceShowing arrogance and conceitUnaided and working alone
INFLUENCE B2 not influenced by anyone or anything else
özgür, kendi başına buyruk, hür
an independent expert/studyFreedom to actOpportunity
independently adverb B2
özgür bir biçimde
to operate independently
(Definition of independent adjective from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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