Definition of in demand in English:

in demand

phrase

  • Sought after:

    ‘all these skills are much in demand’
    • ‘I can't foresee a time when the sort of skills we've accumulated will no longer be in demand.’
    • ‘Much has changed in the past decade, and now car hire services are very much in demand in the country.’
    • ‘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 news from the estate agents is that the demand for new homes is still very much in demand.’
    • ‘The women painted by the Raja have never been as much in demand in the art market as they are today.’
    • ‘Our steel industry has been affected by slowdown in demand and has suffered large losses.’
    • ‘The increase came despite a fall off in demand for office space from hard hit tech and telecom firms.’
    • ‘Previously it was the new kids on the block with the latest skills who were in demand.’
    • ‘His widget is in demand and despite the distance from the marketplace he is competitive.’
    sought-after, desired, coveted, wanted, requested, required
    marketable, desirable, popular, in vogue, fashionable, all the rage, at a premium, like gold dust
    big, trendy, hot, to die for
    all the go
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