sought-after


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Related to sought-after: much sought after

sought-af·ter

 (sôt′ăf′tər)
adj.
Wanted or desired by many people; in demand: "the tangle of laws that makes it so difficult to get sought-after wines" (Eric Asimov).

sought-after

adj
in demand; wanted

sought′-af`ter



adj.
being in demand; desirable.
[1880–85]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.sought-after - being searched for; "the most sought-after item was the silver candelabrum"
wanted - desired or wished for or sought; "couldn't keep her eyes off the wanted toy"; "a wanted criminal"; "a wanted poster"

sought-after

adjective in demand, wanted, desirable, longed-for, coveted, enviable, to-die-for, like gold dust An Olympic gold medal is the most sought-after prize in sport.
Translations

sought-after

[ˈsɔːtˌɑːftəʳ] ADJ [person] → solicitado; [object] → codiciado
this much sought-after titleeste codiciado título

sought-after

adjbegehrt; much sought-afterviel begehrt; rare objectgesucht

sought-after

[ˈsɔːtˌɑːftəʳ] adjrichiesto/a