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be (really) something

To be particularly noteworthy, remarkable, interesting, special, or impressive. Wow, this new car of yours is really something! A: "I hope we get a chance to meet the band after the concert." B: "Yeah, now that would be really something!"
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Coming from Leland Sklar that's really something so he was a great highlight I must say.
If there's a problem with CEO pay being out of control or rising too rapidly, that's really something for the shareholders of a company to address," he said.
So, that's really something to look forward to, particularly during the weekends.
It's very early access- that's really something for gamers.
STUDENT GAME: Jamie Doing some sessions with the England youth teams will give him the opportunity to gain coaching experience and for him to see whether that's really something he wants to throw himself into.
Gueye, a 20-year-old arrival from Strasbourg, said: "I feel ready to be around and train alongside a big player and a big French household name like Louis is; that's really something.
That's really something we've haven't dealt with all year.
Obviously, we are hearing what's happening over there, but that's really something that's out of our hands.
He said: "I think that's really something important in life--not taking yourself too seriously and being able to laugh at the situation around you--it keeps you from going crazy sometimes.
It's part of the idea for Newhall to make a library that's really something special," said Chris Price, an assistant city engineer overseeing redevelopment.
And that's really something I have never suffered from through my career.
That's really something in days when we get saturation coverage on TV to encourage stay-at-homes.
It's also just sinking in that I will be able to tee it up in every Major for the next goodness knows how many years - that's really something.
And that's really something - coming from a man notoriously reluctant to open his wallet.
After spending six months watching him struggle for life in an intensive care cot that's really something to be grateful for.