Definition of in demand in English:

in demand

Sought after: all these skills are much in demand
More example sentences
  • As he improved, word of mouth got round, and Alistair's skills were soon in demand.
  • Your skills are in demand like never before and chances are the situation is only to get better.
  • The women painted by the Raja have never been as much in demand in the art market as they are today.
Synonyms
sought-after, desired, coveted, wanted, requested, required; marketable, desirable, popular, in vogue, fashionable, all the rage, at a premium, like gold dust
informal big, trendy, hot, to die for
British informal , dated all the go
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