- in demand; wanted
Translations for 'sought-after'
- British English: sought-after Something that is sought-after is in great demand, usually because it is rare or of very good quality. ADJECTIVEAn Olympic gold medal is the most sought-after prize in world sport.
- Brazilian Portuguese: desejado
- Chinese: 受青睐的受青睐睞的
- European Spanish: codiciado codiciada
- French: convoité convoitée
- German: begehrt
- Italian: ambito ambita
- Japanese: 需要の多い
- Korean: 많은 사람들이 갖고 싶어 하는
- Portuguese: desejado desejada
- Spanish: codiciado codiciada
Example Sentences Including 'sought-after'
Any new tagging was removed within 24 hours, denying sought-after exposure.
New Zealand Herald (2003)
His unsuitability showed in his postings -- small towns in the south, not the sought-after cities of the Punjab or United Provinces.
A Death in the Family
In America the programme still re-runs 35 times a week and the girls are the most sought-after guest stars in the country.
Sun, News of the World (2002)
It has 4 bedrooms, 3 reception rooms, has been superbly renovated and sits in a sought-after location.
Country Life (2004)
Just a few years ago, a job at Solectron was a much sought-after position, said Mr Doyle.
Irish Times (2002)
Kiessling wasn't the only successful businessman to have bought these most sought-after of parrots and to acknowledge the fact in public.
SPIX'S MACAW: The Race to Save the World's Rarest Bird (2002)
Probably the most sought-after species in the Thames then was barbel.
Recent developments have produced some excellent, sought-after strains.
Winter Garden Glory
`He's one of the most respected and sought-after security advisers in Amsterdam.
Alastair McLean's 'Night Watch'
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