combining form Must- is added to verbs such as 'see', 'have', or 'read' to form adjectives and nouns which describe things that you think people should see, have, or read. For example, a must-have is something which you think people should get, and a must-win game is one which a team needs to win. [journalism, informal] ⇒ Leather jeans are the must-have fashion item of the season. ⇒ ...a list of must-see movies. ⇒ The Tugboat Saloon and Eatery is a must-visit.
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