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Definition of UKnique



  • something that is unique to the United Kingdom (UK). For example: The Beatles are a UKnique band; fish and chips is a UKnique dish.

    Last edited on Jul 15 2013. Submitted by Anonymous on Feb 26 2012.

  • Being the only one of its kind in the United Kingdom (UK); unlike anything else. A unique person or thing derived from the UK. For example: Shakespeare is a uknique playwright.

    Last edited on Mar 09 2012. Submitted by Anonymous on Mar 09 2012.

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