must-see

must-see

(mŭst′sē′)
n. Informal
Something that should or must be seen: a movie that's a must-see.

must′-see′ adj.

must-see

n
a place or film considered to be essential to visit or see
adj
considered to be essential to visit or see

must′-see′



n. Informal.
something, as a remarkable sight or entertainment, that should be seen or attended.
[1945–50, Amer.]
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