must-have

must-have

(mŭst′hăv′)
n. Informal
Something that is indispensable or obligatory: the latest electronic must-haves for college students.

must′-have′ adj.

must-have

n
an essential possession: the mobile phone is now a must-have for children.
adj
essential: a must-have fashion accessory.
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As against this, corralling countries and people in the right direction is a must-have in order to resolve those inherent issues as quickly as possible.
Rob Sutton Must-have stat of the day Sir Mark Prescott is eight from 14 (57 per cent) with threeyear-olds in all handicaps at Bath since the start of 2016, condensing down to three from five in 3yo+ handicaps.
Abortion rights was the top issue, with eight out of 10 calling it a must-have. Recognition that climate change is the greatest threat to humanity was a close second at 75%, and a renewed (https://www.congress.gov/bill/116th-congress/senate-bill/66) ban on assault-style weapons was a must-have for 60% of respondents.
Becky Cranham, director of PlanBee, a teaching group, said: "This might seem obvious but it is definitely a must-have.
But the Must-Have at the mall was a selfie with Holly.
Must-have treatment: Enter the Rasul mud room chamber (PS20 from Monday - Friday and PS22.50 at weekends) for a self applied cleansing ritual that uses mud, heat and steam.
In Sweden, the latest must-have gadget is small enough to be inserted under your skin.
Holly Willoughby's latest Must-Have curation launches in M&S Cardiff Queen Street from December 6, 2018.
Holly, left, will curate her must-have pieces for the autumn season in a clothes edit that will be available from September 27.
Leisurewear is a must-have in retro fabrics such as jersey velour for an old-school vibe.
Whether it's Karen Gillan writing in California, Kourtney Kardashian eating foccacia in Italy, Emily Ratajkowski wearing this season's must-have straw hat, or even David Beckham on an inflatable peacock, there's never any shortage of celebrities very publicly having fun in the sun.