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independent / independence / to stand alone
HSK 5
unique / distinct / having special characteristics
HSK 5
alone / by oneself / on one's own
HSK 5
lonely / solitary
HSK 6
only / just (i.e. it is only that...) / all except / unique
HSK 6
dictatorship
HSK 6
blessed by heaven (idiom) / enjoying exceptional advantages / favored by nature
HSK 6
exclusive
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alone / independent / single / sole / only
unique and unmatched (idiom); unrivalled / nothing compares with it
alone
to come up with (an innovation) / innovation
solitary
wholly-owned (often by foreign company) / exclusive investment
Taiwan independence / (of Taiwan) to declare independence
to be unconventional / independence of action
lit. to fly one's banner on a solitary tree (idiom); fig. to act as a loner / to stand out / to develop one's own school / to have attitude of one's own
only son
independent and autonomous (idiom); self-determination / to act independently / to maintain control over one's own affairs
to assume personal responsibility (idiom); to take charge of a section
to own exclusively / unique to / specific / there is only
to have a special fondness (for sth)
to live alone / to live a solitary existence
to live alone / to spend time alone (or with a significant other)
coming and going alone (idiom); a lone operator / keeping to oneself / unsociable / maverick
solo
only son
unicorn
most outstanding / par excellence
unmarried / single
judicial independence
Hong Kong independence
dugout / canoe / kayak
dependent
an only child
lit. only one branch of the tree is thriving (idiom) / fig. to be in a league of one's own / outstanding
The Independent
to monopolize / to control / to dominate
innovative / ingenious / originality / ingenuity
war of independence
solo dance
to monopolize
original
to have unique (talent, insight etc)
one-eyed person
lit. walking alone / prominent / unrivalled / outstanding
stage monologue / soliloquy
to dominate (a market etc) / to monopolize
(in singing) solo / to solo
loner / single person / bachelor
(of a married woman) to stay home alone
to drink alone
Tibetan Independence (movement) / abbr. for 西藏獨立運動|西藏独立运动
Commonwealth of Independent States (former Soviet Union) / abbr. for 獨立國家聯合體|独立国家联合体
double and single / allowed dispensation to have second child
original and ingenious (idiom) / to show great creativity
to revere as sole orthodoxy / to hold supremacy (of a religion, ideology, cultural norm, social group etc) / to be dominant
only / unique
(of a building) detached
not only / not merely
monodrama / one-man show / comic talk
to decide and act alone (idiom); to take arbitrary action / a law unto oneself
all by oneself / without exterior help
not alone but in pairs (idiom, usually derog.); not a unique occurrence / it's not the only case
to preserve a proper behavior in private life
only / solely / this one alone
original and ingenious (idiom) / to show great creativity
wheelbarrow / unicycle
to fight alone (idiom)
to have a unique style of one's own (idiom)
to surpass / to stand above the crowd
sudoku (puzzle game)
single-log bridge / (fig.) difficult path
an only daughter
to decide alone without consultation / arbitrary / dictatorial
unification and independence
Drung or Dulong ethnic group of northwest Yunnan
American War of Independence (1775-1783)
Dokdo (Japanese Takeshima 竹島|竹岛), disputed islands in Sea of Japan
alone
golden rooster stands on one leg (tai chi posture) / standing on one leg
only (child) / to be the sole survivor
bereaved of one's only child
to hog / to keep everything for oneself
not only
Declaration of Independence
autism
second generation only child
to come first in triennial palace examinations (idiom, refers to the carved stone turtle head in front of the imperial palace, next to which the most successful candidate in the imperial examinations was entitled to stand) / to be the champion / to be the very best in any field
to walk alone (idiom)
to be divorced
only child / sole scion
belonging exclusively to / exclusively for / reserved to / special
to decide and act alone (idiom); to take arbitrary action / a law unto oneself
Chen Duxiu (1879-1942), co-founder of the Chinese Communist Party in 1921
one family courtyard
alone
dismiss the hundred schools, revere only the Confucians (slogan of the Former Han dynasty)
solo part (in opera) / soliloquy
sole ruler / dictator

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