stand-alone vs stand alone

stand-alone stand alone


  • 1) Operating, functioning, or existing without additions or assistance; independent; able to be separate or separated.
  • 2) capable of operating independently


  • 1) This will bump up the cost slightly for the parent but it often works out much cheaper than a stand-alone policy.
  • 2) But it can also be bought as a stand-alone policy to cover monthly income up to 2,500.
  • 3) ‘Each program can operate as a stand-alone program or in conjunction with the other component.’
  • 4) ‘It's a stand-alone network device, so you don't need to install any drivers on your PC for it.’
  • 5) ‘It can run as a stand-alone application, or directly into Windows Explorer.’
  • 6) ‘It can access and view images from a remote computer or be used as a stand-alone program.’
  • 7) ‘This model does not have a modem built into it, and it makes sense since this computer is not meant as a stand-alone machine.’

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