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faceliftnoun [C, usually singular]

uk   us   /ˈfeɪslɪft/
an ​improvement or set of ​improvements made to a ​building or ​area to make it ​look more attractive: After two ​years of ​badsales, our ​priority is to give all our ​stores a facelift.
an ​improvement or set of ​improvements made to a ​product or ​service in ​order to make more ​people want to ​buy or use it: Their ​flagship TV ​talk show will get a ​major facelift later in the ​year.
(Definition of facelift from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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