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    different in a way

    "you are different in a way I can't explain"
    Is this sentence made sense?
    Is "Different in a way"a compliment or a ironic?
    What is that meaning?

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    Re: different in a way

    It depends.

    What is the context? Can you provide a bit more information about the context?


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