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único inglés:

1. unique


The more unique each person is, the more he contributes to the wisdom of others.
unique learning technique
Much has been made of the fact that an African-American with the name Barack Hussein Obama could be elected President. But my personal story is not so unique.
With a high, closed collar, figure-hugging cut, and large slits at either side of a straight skirt, the qipao is unique in its ability to communicate both modesty and sensuousness.
A qipao in the traditional style is made entirely by hand and requires labour-intensive manual tailoring techniques to enhance and exhibit every unique female form.
A unique work of art / opportunity
In America, my schedule is different and unique nearly every day.
What makes the Japanese unique is primarily their belief that they are unique.
Language is unique in that any statement must start out as the creation of an individual mind.
Early American colonists often had extremely strict work ethics inspired by their unique take on Christianity.
Mr. Brown's unique style of teaching left an indelible mark on generations of students.
Visitors to our city will certainly be impressed by the unique and precious historical monuments.
Highlighting your unique skills in your CV may help you to get the job you want.
We offer a unique blend of technical and interpersonal skills training.
What if there was a place where it was easy to discover unique and hard-to-find things from the best British sellers?

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2. sole


That's my sole concern.
Serving people is his sole purpose in life.
Being an only child, he was the sole heir.
sole reason
They cost so much that I thought the sole wouldn't come off after just a week!
Beside Thrawn, Jakeeb stepped forward, grabbed the top bars of the cage, and slammed the soles of both feet against the door.
Raport is intended solely for the use of Panattoni
My sole idea was to get there as fast as possible.
Messrs. Hayashi & Co. is our sole agent in Japan.
For too long society has placed sole emphasis on children's test results, to the detriment of social discipline.
For him, divorce is a good invention, with one sole disadvantage: you have to get married first.
We need to employ someone to glue and to screw the sole of the feet.
the sole living relative
Many people have wanted to invest in Harry's publishing business, but he remains the sole owner
We can issue the policy in sole or joint names.

Inglés palabraúnico"(sole) ocurre en conjuntos:

300 most important Spanish adjectives 151 - 175
300 adjetivos más importantes en inglés 126 - 150