extra-special

extra-special

adj
particular; exceptional
Translations

extra-special

adjganz besondere(r, s); to take extra-special care over somethingsich (dat)besonders viel Mühe mit etw geben; to make something extra-special to eatetwas ganz Besonderes zu essen machen
References in classic literature ?
JAMES'S GAZETTE, in an extra-special edition, announced the bare fact of the interruption of telegraphic communica- tion.
You'd fill the bill for a few weeks, and then snuff out with a flourish of extra-specials; you wouldn't rust with a vile repose for seven or fourteen years."
A SPECIAL behind-the-scenes tour at St James' Park is being aimed at dads this Fathers' Day - or rather at those looking to buy their parent an extra-special treat.
Some extra-special rifles are expensive, but performance isn't about cost.
to be married to someone extra-special, and so I was, because I said I
HERE was a Christmas Day to remember for some following extra-special deliveries.
Martinez admits that prospect lends an "extra-special" dimension to this weekend's contest.
SCOTS singing sensation Emeli Sande sold out an extra-special homecoming gig in just over an hour yesterday.
Actually make that 'peddling into Powys' because Heaton is biking 2,500 miles across the country - 50 miles for each year he's been alive - to support the UK's provincial boozers with some extra-special intimate shows.
Donna's mum Beverley, 38, said the birthday was extra-special because it was her sweet 16th.
Special Lynval Golding was being tight-lipped about what we could expect, but he did reveal the set-list is to be changed with something extra-special for the Ricoh gig.
We missed putting together some fab quizzes for you last issue, too, but we were equally as excited working on the extra-special spring stories you found in April/May.