be (really) something

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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!"
See also: something
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"Humans made airplanes and made advances in industry, but for humans to leave their own planet, that's really something else," Prince Sultan told Arab News.
I think that's really something important to remember.<br />Q.
I believe that victory over Huddersfield, coupled with defeats for all the bottom three, has virtually confirmed Newcastle's survival and that's really something.
"If I can help be more relatable in a positive way, then that's really something I can be proud of and that's a big deal to me."
Now that's really something for President Trump to choke over.
"That's really something we need to work on here in the next few weeks is trying to get some consistency," White said.
From a speech and public speaking standpoint, "Any time a student can enhance his or her articulation and diction, wow, that's really something," Vaughan said, expanding on the radio drama's benefits to students.
Given that a lot of Labour MPs are accusing me of being anti-Semitic, that's really something the party has to investigate."
I think that's really something we need to move beyond as a society for the next generation of women to feel like they have the opportunity to pursue what they love."
The Ghibli has the option to upgrade to the premium Bowers & Wilkins system, with a 16-channel 1,280-watt amplifier and 15 speakers, featuring the 'Clar-Fi' function designed to improve the audio of compressed music files (now that's really something).
Coming from Leland Sklar that's really something so he was a great highlight I must say."
"That's really something that we're doing at West 61st Street at our site," Piazzola continued.
"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.