semi-independent

semi-independent

[sem-ee-in-di-pen-duhnt]
adjective
(of a political entity) having substantial self-government in regard to local matters but subordinate in such external matters as foreign policy; semiautonomous.

Origin:
1855–60

semi-independently, adverb
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