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Definition of "in demand" [in demand]

  • Sought-after; popular; coveted (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "in demand" in a sentence
  • "To counteract these problems and to respond to a surge in demand in the 1950s, Toyota began to establish a new, lean-production approach to components supply."
  • "Warrie had just started the first grade when he became in demand for television commercials."
  • "The sudden surge in demand from commercial airlines was to a large extent the result of a decision made by the Aeronautics Ministry in 1973 to introduce a three-tier airline network in Brazil."
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