English version

one of a kind

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishone of a kindone of a kindONLYthe only one of a particular type of thing Each plate is handpainted and one of a kind. kind
Examples from the Corpus
one of a kindEach Keymer clay tile is a work of art, guaranteed one of a kind by the handprint of its maker.This Persian carpet is one of a kind.Since his patterns were often one of a kind, he relied little on machinery.Another comment was that the distinction: inside/outside reminded one of a kind of depersonalised network analysis.
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