independentadjective

  • ja独立した、自立した、依存しない
  • enfree from and not subject to outside rule, control, or influence

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The North will remain an independent kingdom.
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As it was for thousands of years.
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Frankie doesn't technically work for Grubhub.
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He's officially an independent contractor who just uses Grubhub to get work.
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He also juggles a handful of other apps.
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Postmates, UberRUSH, Caviar, and DoorDash.
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Now, I set up CIU as an independent unit,
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but I decided I was allowed to call in 1 favor.
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So I asked them to review my prosecution of the Prospect 3.
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If we're burning oil to move, and that's not a renewable resource,
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then independent of any environmental impact, we must find some alternative,
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or there will be economic collapse.
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So was Rene involved in any of this?
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No, this was an independent act of aggression.
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Today I am pleased to announce that we will be investing more than $10 million
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toward accelerating the development of these sorts of innovative,
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one-of-a-kind, independent games on the Rift.
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The only rule with these things is that you never steal from a smaller independent business.
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Whose rule is that?
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My dad's.
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We managed to get a grant for our ovens.
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And then it really got down to rent, the security deposit,
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working out the numbers to see if I had enough runway within my existing savings.
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While Fiona’s business is thriving, the same cannot be said for all independent businesses,
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especially those in sectors battered by the pandemic.
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For so long, he’s an independent agent.
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He refuses deals with some very scary people.
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Our most direct competitor just got bought by a company
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that predominantly is strong in the data center.
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Cisco is a networking-centric company that serves customers who have their own data centers.
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So we think we can lengthen our lead.
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That's a big opportunity for a big independent company.
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And that's why we're managing the business for the long term.

Other meanings for independent...

independentadjective

  • ja独立した、自主の、自治の
  • encapable of thinking, acting, or providing for oneself
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So in order to become an independent woman,
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I have to be willing to be completely dependent on my 11-year-old daughter.
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So that is why I am asking you what are we celebrating?
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You can do this, Rosa!
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She's doing it!
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Yes!
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Yeah! You did it!
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I did it!
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Oh, that was great!
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I love being independent!
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I must go now.
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But then I realized I'm a strong, independent woman.
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I don’t need to be defined by a single man.
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We want to include them and raise them to be independent human beings.
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And this is just one of the ways in which she is learning to be an independent person.
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First you try to steal my park, and now you steal my team?
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I didn't steal them.
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They're independent people who have moved on to better things,
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just like you did.
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And you enjoy your profession?
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It stimulates you?
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It has seen me through some very hard times
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and allowed me to be independent.
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I love how independent my wife is.
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And because of that, I will not let her speak.
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That came out wrong.