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extraordinaire

[eks-tra-awr-dee-ner] /ɛks tra ɔr diˈnɛr/
adjective, French.
1.
extraordinary; uncommon; remarkable.
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adj.

1940, from French extraordinaire (14c.), literally "extraordinary, unusual, out of the ordinary," but used colloquially as a superlative; see extraordinary.

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