independentadjective

  • ja独立した、自主の、自治の
  • encapable of thinking, acting, or providing for oneself

Examples

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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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Jessica booking her first commercial and you being her amazing mama.
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What? Oh, am I the goddamn mother of the year?
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Is that what we're celebrating?
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I didn't know.
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This is so unexpected.
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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 have to go to the bathroom.
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Oh, okay, I'll help you.
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Last night, the most wondrous thing happened.
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I couldn't sleep, so I went into town.
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And you remember that hunky single guy who owns the Italian soda shop, Marioigi?
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No.
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- We've only been here for 12 hours. - We fell in love!
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And we screwed!
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Bella, I love you!
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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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So my Mom and I are like frienemies.
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Sometimes we're like really good friends.
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But then sometimes we have our off moments.
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So when I think of marriage, it's about 2 souls who wanna get together.
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When Mom got married, she was independent.
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She was standing on her own 2 feet.
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And that's a good thing.
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That's what I wanna do.
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That's what I wanna get.
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And once I get that, yeah, I'm open to all options.
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It's all going to be catered to your family and what your family likes.
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But it's just designed to save you some time.
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And as much as it saves time for me,
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it also teaches my niece some responsibility to pack her own lunch — is such a big deal.
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Because she feels like she is serving a role.
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It gives her an opportunity to participate in our morning routine.
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And she feels like she's a part of it.
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And that's really special for our family.
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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.

Other meanings for independent...

independentadjective

  • ja独立した、自主性のある、独自の
  • enfree from and not subject to outside rule, control, or influence
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You are gonna be my guy inside.
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I don’t know what you think I can do, man.
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- I’m an independent marketing consultant. - Look, don’t play me for stupid!
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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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The North will remain an independent kingdom.
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As it was for thousands of years.
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Indie developers have created some of the most innovative and interesting games in the last decade.
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So to that end, 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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He's basically Robin Hood.
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He breaks the law and stuff but he's really moral.
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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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She's so fully herself.
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Can't believe I kissed you!
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I'm not that forward.
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And that makes Mia so fully herself
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and so fully independent of the ranch lifestyle and of the Duttons. - Right.
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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.
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In 2016, Marvel Studios came under fire for 'Doctor Strange,'
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which cast Tilda Swinton in the role of The Ancient One,
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who, in the comics, was a Tibetan mystic.
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According to the film's co-writer, C. Robert Cargill, that presented Marvel with a major problem.
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Because the Chinese government refuses to recognize Tibet as an independent country.