with a difference

with a difference

Having something unique, different, or compelling about it. This is your standard minivan with a difference: screens mounted in front of every seat means all the kids are entertained, no matter how long the journey. Mixing in experimental performance art alongside artisan woodcraft from local artists, this is certainly a café with a difference.
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with a ˈdifference

(informal) (used after nouns) of an unusual kind: The traditional backpack with a difference — it’s completely waterproof.
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