unique ユニークな

September 30, 2015 =========
☆ unique ユニークな
Something that is “unique” is a one-of-a-kind. When we use “unique” to describe something, usually it means that we admire it because it is unusual and special. For example, “She has a unique talent.” Or “Humans are unique because they have the capacity to choose what they do.” Or “Many areas in Japan have their own unique dialect.”
Sometimes, you’ll hear people use “unique” to mean “unusual” rather than meaning that it is the “only one.” For example, “It’s rather unique, isn’t it?” However, this use is actually wrong; something is only unique if it is the only thing of its kind. So, in this example, it would be better to say something like, “It’s rather unusual, isn’t it?”