must-read

must-read

(mŭst′rēd′)
n. Informal
A piece of writing, such as a book or article, that should or must be read: a book that is a must-read for parents of teenagers.

must′-read′ adj.
Translations

must-read

adj (esp US) a must-read bookein Buch, das man unbedingt gelesen haben muss
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