Definitions for must-see

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

must′-see′*(n.)

  1. something, as a remarkable sight or entertainment, that should be seen or attended.

    Category: Common Vocabulary, Informal

* Informal..

Origin of must-see:

1945–50, Amer.

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  1. must-see(Noun)

    anything unmissable, such as a film or television programme or a tourist attraction

  2. must-see(Adjective)

    unmissable

  3. Origin: must + see

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