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tweak

verb [T] uk   /twiːk/ us  

tweak verb [T] (PULL)

to pull and twist something with a small sudden movement: Standing in front of the mirror she tweaked a strand of hair into place.

tweak verb [T] (CHANGE SLIGHTLY)

to change something slightly, especially in order to make it more correct, effective, or suitable: The software is pretty much there - it just needs a little tweaking. You just need to tweak the last paragraph and then it's done.
tweak
noun [C] uk   us  
He gave the boy's nose a tweak.
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