one of a kind


1. unique






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a one of a kind opportunity

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This expression can be used in a literal or figurative sense. A work of art, for example, could be completely unique, which would literally make it one of a kind. On the other hand, you may regard somebody you know to be so special and different that you endearingly, and figuratively, refer to them as 'one of a kind.' It is commonly used in both a social and professional context. In the former, generally speaking, to discuss people, and in the latter to discuss marketing and opportunities. 

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  1. You're lucky to have met Sandra. She's really one of a kind.
  2. I like to collect one of a kind models and reproductions. Some are worth a lot of money.

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  1. That job offer is a one of a kind opportunity. You have to take it!
  2. The product we're selling is one of a kind. You won't find anything like it anywhere else in the world.

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