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See the entry forsolicitado.
Past participle ofsolicitar.


An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (desired)
a. popular
Es un producto muy solicitado; por eso no lo tenemos en stock.It's a very popular item; that's why we don't have it in stock.
b. in demand
Fernando es un gran abogado y siempre está solicitado.Fernando is a great lawyer and is always in demand.
c. sought after
¿Hace buen dinero como cantante? - Sí. Es muy solicitado y siempre tiene un show.Does he make good money as a singer? - Yes. He's quite sought after and always has a gig.
2. (asked for)
a. requested
Este no es el menú solicitado. Los señores pedieron salmón.This is not the requested menu item. These gentlemen ordered salmon.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (general)
estar muy solicitadoto be very popular, to be much sought after
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estar muy solicitado to be in great demand; be much sought after; está muy solicitado por las chicas all the girls are after him
Está muy solicitado Es una persona muy solicitada
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