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one of a kind

the only ​person or thing of a ​particulartype: In the ​world of ​ballet, she was one of a ​kind.
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"one-of-a-kind" in Business English

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one-of-a-kindadjective [before noun]

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used to describe a ​product or ​service that is the only one of its ​type, or that is very unusual: The one-of-a-kind ​pieces are ​due to go to ​auction later this month.
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