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dependencenoun [S or U]

(US also dependance) uk   us   /dɪˈpen.dəns/ (also dependency)
C2 the situation in which you need something or someone all the time, especially in order to continue existing or operating: The company needs to reduce its dependence on just one particular product. Drug dependence led to her early death. She has developed a deep dependence on him (= she needs him emotionally).
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en coreano 의존…
en árabe اعتِماد عَلى…
en portugués dependência…
en catalán dependència…
en japonés 依存(状態)…
en italiano dipendenza…
en chino (tradicionál) 依賴,依靠…
en ruso зависимость…
en turco bağımlılık, yardıma muhtaç olma…
en chino (simplificado) 依赖,依靠…
en polaco uzależnienie…
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