Definitions for independently
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word independently.
on your own; without outside help
"the children worked on the project independently"
apart from others
"the clothes were hung severally"
In an independent manner.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Without reference to other things.
Etymology: from independent.
Dispose lights and shadows, without finishing every thing, independently the one of the other. Dryden.
in an independent manner; without control
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Rank popularity for the word 'independently' in Adverbs Frequency: #364
The numerical value of independently in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of independently in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Under Pennsylvania law, the statements of a suspect are not admissible until ... you can independently prove that a crime was committed, the basic problem always remained that we didn't have any forensics or anything to tell us what had happened because of the delay of a year between when the event occurred and when Andrea Constand came in to police.
We assume that the brain controls each eye independently with independent units of eye movements but there is a higher level of control that can co-ordinate these two. So each eye knows exactly what the other eye sees and vice versa.
Traditional money transfers are relatively costly due to currency exchange fees, and can take up to a few days, with Bitbond, payments work independently of where customers are. Via internet it is very, very quick and the fees are low.
We will evaluate all possibilities and will not completely rule out the plan to build the Beijing factory independently. The first choice is still manufacturing with a partner, which is our consistent strategic thinking.
It’s basically insinuating that I ca n’t think independently of my husband.
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Translations for independently
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- independentmentCatalan, Valencian
- selbstständig, unabhängigGerman
- به طور مستقلPersian
- 自立, 独立, 単独Japanese
- самостоятельно, независимоRussian
- sȁmostālno, nezávisno, nȅovisnoSerbo-Croatian
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