Unique in Spanish | English to Spanish Translation
unique
adjective
1. (general)
a. único
Daniela's unique laugh is unmistakable. La risa única de Daniela es inconfundible.
2. (exceptional, without comparison)
a. excepcional
The actress has a unique talent for making her characters sympathetic.La actriz tiene un talento excepcional para hacer sus personajes compasivos.
b. especial
Your ability to relate to others is a unique gift.Tu habilidad de entender a los demás es un don especial.
unique
[juːˈniːk]
adjective
1. único(a)
  • to be unique to ser exclusivo(a) de
  • unique selling point or proposition argumento (m) diferenciador
unique [juːˈniːk]
adjective
1 (exclusive) [+style, collection, combination] único
autogenic training is a unique combination of hypnotic and relaxation techniques She was an intensely private woman, a unique combination of middle-class English rectitude and the passionate inner fire of the great actress the unique role Germany has to play in these talks to be unique to sth/sb
to be unique to sth/sb: it is a species unique to these islands es una especie que se da únicamente en estas islas; the experience is unique to each individual la experiencia es única (e irrepetible) en cada individuo; this behaviour is not unique to men este comportamiento no se da únicamente en los hombres
the problem is not unique to the United States DNA is a genetic finerprint unique to each individual it is an ability unique to humans
2 (exceptional) [+opportunity] único; [+ability, talent] sin igual; excepcional; [+insight] único; de excepción; [+relationship] especial
he had a unique talent as a jazz musician the museum offers an unique insight into life at the Indian courts in the late eighteenth century. his unique contribution to Welsh literature they are in a unique position to influence things I would say our relationship is pretty unique
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