|Origin:||individualis, from Latin individuus 'undividable', from dividere; DIVIDE1|
in‧di‧vid‧u‧al1 S3 W1
1 [only before noun]
considered separately from other people or things in the same group:
Each individual leaf on the tree is different.
the needs of the individual customer
2 [only before noun]
belonging to or intended for one person rather than a group:
Children get more individual attention in small classes.
You can have the bathroom designed to suit your individual needs.
individual portions of jam
an individual style, way of doing things etc is different from anyone else's - usually used to show approval [= distinctive]:
a tennis player with a highly individual style
a very individual way of dressing