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Oxford dictionary definition of the word special:
1better, greater, or otherwise different from what is usual:
they always made a special effort at Christmas
exceptionally good or pleasant:
she’s a very special person
(of a subject) studied in particular depth:
I wanted to take the Crusades as my special subject
2belonging specifically to a particular person or place:
we want to preserve our town’s special character
designed or organized for a particular person, purpose, or occasion:
we will return by special coaches
used to denote education for children with particular needs, especially those with learning difficulties.
3 Mathematics denoting a group consisting of matrices of unit determinant.
a thing, such as a product or broadcast, that is designed or organized for a particular occasion or purpose:
television’s election night specials
a dish not on the regular menu at a restaurant but served on a particular day:
customers queue for such specials as vegetable lasagne
a person assigned to a special duty; a special constable or special correspondent:
he was one of a detachment of two white policemen and two native specials
informal a product or service offered at a temporarily reduced price:
Mrs Hill was a careful shopper, choosing house brands and in-store specials
Middle English: shortening of Old French especial ‘especial’ or Latin specialis, from species ‘appearance’ (see species)