particular
[pə'tɪkjʊlə]

adjective

[Definition]: special, extraordinary

[Example Sentences]:
1. This particular brush comes out in January 2015.
2. British forces in particular saw intensive fighting there at the height of the war in 2006 and 2007.
3. They are not going to run the business for any particular quarter.
4. We are very concerned to see it in there with this particular plasmid.
5. In no particular order here are some really great investors you might want to have a look at.
6. It was only the second launch of this particular type of rocket.
7. That is an area where Samsung in particular has been losing out.
8. How they executed it in this particular case will come out in the wash.
9. It will not be available in the US and this particular model does not support US LTE bands.
10. Many of the new services are popular only in particular countries.
11. Intelligence officers in particular have to worry about the use of that term.
12. Google says it has no way of telling who spoke a particular query.
13. The longer you hold out for a particular model, the less expensive it will be.
14. You might even create a group of actions aimed at a particular type of content.
15. With a click, Facebook users can see why they received a particular ad.


[Antonyms]general

[Synonyms]specific
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