In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(without outside help)is she capable of working the problem out independently? — ¿puede resolver el problema sola / por sí misma?
- we shall proceed with our plan independently if they won't help — continuaremos con el plan por nuestra cuenta si no quieren colaborar
- independently of sb
- try to make up your mind independently of anyone else — trata de decidir por ti misma / independientemente de lo que digan los demás
2.1(separately)por separadothey independently reached the same conclusion — llegaron a la misma conclusión por separado / cada uno por su lado
- Thus, by implication, it is possible for capitalism to exist independently of other economic logics in, for example, the Western world.
- There are limits to his duty which exist quite independently of the behaviour of the licensee in any particular case.
- Under the social welfare code, members of same-sex couples are treated as individuals and their claims are assessed independently.
- The main stream of the Mississippi, independently of its tributaries, forms an unbroken course of inland navigation file r a distance of nearly two thousand three hundred miles.
- There is more to be gained jointly than independently.
- In the economic world, the market represents a structure operating independently of the units and the transactions that take place between the entrepreneurs.
- We know the world within a framework of space, time, and substance; but space, time, and substance are not objective realities that exist out there, independently of us.
- The costumes, the sets, and the scores - usually performed live and often employing electronics - are separate elements, conceived independently.
- Whether the agents act independently or cooperate depends on which kind of behaviour is better for the system.
- Spirituality and hope were independently associated with more frequent health promoting behavior, but not with greater likelihood of abstinence.
- Due to this unique feature, each cell can be directly observed under the microscope, and cell proliferation can be monitored, independently of any effect of changes in cell volume.
- Animals may pursue their most beneficial course by acting independently or by acting together in teams, but usually in teams.
- Extended family groups acted entirely independently of one another.
- The North American Initiative should permit us, independently of the free trade agreement, to provide a new vitality.
- The measurement methods used in all studies were independently coded by the authors for purposes of testing whether they have an effect on the charisma-effectiveness relationship.
- But terrorism, as in planting bombs on government or civilian targets, or hijacking planes, or assassinations by small groups acting independently of class struggle, has always been deemed unacceptable.
- The problem comes from the fact that each is working, for the most part, independently from one another.
- For too long Indian lawyers had been episodic generalists, by and large operating independently from one another.
- No move by Norway could effectively occur independently of the US, or the EU, should Germany's relationship with Russia sour.
- All of these natural heat removal processes that function independently of refrigeration occur at the surfaces of the fermenting mass.
2.2(by disinterested party)(assessed/investigated) independientementewe decided to have the ring independently valued — decidimos hacer tasar el anillo por un tercero
- The statistics used to evaluate the data should be evaluated independently by statisticians to ensure their appropriateness.
- The government denies the charge, saying that the militias are acting independently.
- Instead, these findings need to be replicated independently in primary care patients.
- The spin-off has been given much leeway by Delta's management to operate independently.
- It was not possible to confirm independently whether the two men had been arrested.
- However, that report has not been independently confirmed.
- The figures have not been independently verified.
- These facts should be independently investigated, and they will be found to be true.
- Participants must be American-owned, independently operated, for-profit businesses with under 500 employees, and the principal researcher must be employed by the business.
- It was that he reached his view independently, not as a result of being leaned on.
- Brittany was independently governed until 1532, when it was formally annexed to France.
- The group is known to operate in the Kirkuk area and other parts of the north, but its claim could not be independently verified.
- The projects were being independently evaluated to ensure they were successfully targeting young people at risk, he said.
- There was no way independently to confirm the authenticity of the remarks.
- And while the Group adheres to the school's rules with regards to health and safety, it is run totally independently as an after-school club.
- The evidence for the phenomena presented is anecdotal, not scientific, and none of the "scientific" findings made by supporters have been independently replicated.
- The City of New York has not independently verified the existence of actual service problems at the reported locations.
- Here the key difference may be that significant lapses in accounting or quality information can be verified independently by the investor or customer.
- Only a fraction of the devices available worldwide have been independently validated.
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