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in demand

Definition of in demand in English:

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
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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