particular as a noun:
as an adjective:
A fact about some part (as opposed to general):
— He always reasons from the particular to the general.
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A small part that can be considered separately from the whole.
synonyms: detail, item.
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Dutch: kleinigheid, ik schaam me, bijzonderheid, detail, ins en outs, particulariteit
logic A proposition that asserts something about some (but not all) members of a class.
synonym: particular proposition.
Unique or specific to a person or thing or category:
— The particular demands of the job.
— Has a particular preference for Chinese art.
synonyms: peculiar, special.
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in bad taste vulgar,
contra bonos mores [Lat.];
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full of whims
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Separate and distinct from others of the same group or category.
Surpassing what is common or usual or expected:
— A matter of particular and unusual importance.
synonyms: especial, exceptional, special.
First and most important:
— She gets special (or particular) satisfaction from her volunteer work.
Exacting especially about details:
— Very particular about how her food was prepared.
synonyms: finical, finicky, fussy, picky.
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Polish: rozkapryszony, chimeryczny, kapryśny, grymaśny, humorzasty
Providing specific details or circumstances.
Moby thesaurus: absolute, accurate, adjunct, adoptive, adventure, appointive, appropriate, article, aspect, attentive, blow-by-blow, brass tacks, careful, case, categorical, censorious, certain, characteristic, choicy, choosing ... show more.
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