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Translation of "independent" - English-Spanish dictionary

independent

adjective /indiˈpendənt/
not controlled by other people, countries etc
independiente
an independent country The country is now independent of Britain.
not willing to accept help
independiente
an independent old lady.
having enough money to support oneself
independiente
She is completely independent and receives no money from her family She is now independent of her parents.
not relying on, or affected by, something or someone else
independiente
an independent observer They arrived at an independent conclusion.
independence noun
independencia
Panama declared its independence in 1903.
independently adverb
independientemente
In this job you have to be able to work independently.
(Definition of independent from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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