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must-see

[ muhst-see ]
/ ˈmʌstˈsi /
Informal.
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noun
something, as a remarkable sight or entertainment, that should be seen or attended: The new play is a must-see.
adjective
so remarkable that it should be seen or attended: There’s plenty to enjoy at the state fair, but our favorite must-see exhibit is the butter sculpture.
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Origin of must-see

First recorded in 1935–40; noun use of verb phrase must see
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