|Origin:||specificus, from Latin species; SPECIES|
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1 [only before noun]
a specific thing, person, or group is one particular thing, person, or group:
games suitable for specific age-groups
a specific example of alcohol's effect on the body
detailed and exact:
Mr Howarth gave us very specific instructions.
Could you be more specific about what you're looking for?
limited to, or affecting only one particular thing:
a disease specific to horses