Whodunnit? (oh_meow) wrote in linguaphiles,
Whodunnit?
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A quick question

In English in listings on websites such as Etsy and Ebay you use the phrase "one of a kind" (or sometimes the acronym OOAK to save space) to describe items that are unique and you won't have available for sale again, particularly for handmade items. Is there a similar set phrase/ common way of saying this in listings in French & German?

(It's for descriptions of fashion accessories made from vintage supplies for Dawanda, answering emails, customer service in French & German is no problem for me, but getting the listing text in just the right style takes a bit of doing)
Tags: french, german, howdoyousay
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