must-see

must-see
\\ˈ ̷ ̷ ˈ ̷ ̷ \ noun (-s)
: something (as a film) that must or should be seen
must-see adjective

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/must"see"/, n. Informal.
something, as a remarkable sight or entertainment, that should be seen or attended: The new play is a must-see.

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mustˈ-have, mustˈ-see, etc noun and adjective
(something) that one must have, see, etc in order to be in fashion
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Main Entry:must

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n. informal something that should or must be seen, esp. a remarkable sight or entertainment

this sassy and superior suspense thriller is a must-see

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/ˈmʌstˈsiː/ noun, pl -sees [count]
chiefly US informal : something that must or should be seen

His latest movie is a must-see.

must-see adj, always used before a noun

a must-see movie

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must-see/must-read/must-have, etc. idiom
used to tell people that sth is so good or interesting that they should see, read, get it, etc.

Sydney is one of the world's must-see cities.

The magazine is a must-read in the show business world.

This is on my must-do list.

a must-have for any fan

Main entry:mustidiom

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