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face-liftnoun [C]

also facelift /ˈfeɪsˌlɪft/
  • face-lift noun [C] (OPERATION)

  • face-lift noun [C] (IMPROVEMENT)

an improvement made to something to make it more modern or to change its appearance: The bank is planning to give its 1930 building a complete facelift.
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