There are 2 definitions of stand alone in English:

stand alone1

Be unequaled: when it came to fun, Julia stood alone
More example sentences
  • In terms of deaths caused by one individual acting alone, he stands alone.
  • The television show stands alone with a unique place in the nation's heart.
  • But Malaysia stands alone among the airlines flying here to score a marvellous five stars for its economy class long haul seating.
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Pronunciation: ˈflipənt
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There are 2 definitions of stand alone in English:

stand-alone2

Syllabification: stand-a·lone
(also standalone /ˈstandəˌlōn/)

adjective

(Of computer hardware or software) able to operate independently of other hardware or software.
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  • Each program can operate as a stand-alone program or in conjunction with the other component.
  • It's a stand-alone network device, so you don't need to install any drivers on your PC for it.
  • It can run as a stand-alone application, or directly into Windows Explorer.

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