English version

with a difference

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwith a differencewith a differenceinformalGOOD/EXCELLENT used to describe something which is interesting or unusual, especially in a good way an adventure holiday with a difference difference
Examples from the Corpus
with a differenceAll silent as before, but with a difference.Feminists encounter similar problems in dealing with differences between subjects.Voice over Read in studio A pub with a difference has just opened in Herefordshire.These are children's book reviews with a difference - the children are writing the reviews.So the man laid a foot rule on the table in front of him-but a foot rule with a difference.They decided to open a health food store-but a health food store with a difference.He brings his own troubled son along, and the pattern repeats, though with a difference.A recording set up with a difference.
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