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  1. Antonio
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    One of a Kind

    Hi Group,

    I heard a sentence like "He's one of a kind" what does it mean in the first place and I heard this phase from an object too"Take it easy, is one of a kind" what does it mean this context too? Can you give me some examples to understand better the context and the meaning.

    If I am missing an example, please let me know.

    Thanks in advance,
    Antonio.

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    There's something unique or different about him. He's unlike the rest of the pack.


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