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Definición de “cosmetic” en inglés


adjective  /kɑzˈmet̬·ɪk/ us  
(esp. of changes and improvements) intended to improve the appearance of something without changing its basic structure; superficial: Whether the change is more cosmetic than concrete is a matter of opinion.
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