facelifting


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face-lift

also face·lift (fās′lĭft′)
n.
1. Plastic surgery to remove facial wrinkles, sagging skin, fat deposits, or other visible signs of aging for cosmetic purposes. Also called rhytidectomy.
2. A restyling or modernization, as of a building.
tr.v. face-lift·ed, face-lift·ing, face-lifts also face·lift·ed or face·lift·ing or face·lifts
To perform a face-lift upon.
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facelifting

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The act of making new or as if new again:
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Honda is facelifting its Jazz for next year and will be showing the new car on its stand at next month's Frankfurt motor show.
Rajiv Grover, consultant plastic surgeon and Bps president, said: "The growth rates for surgical facelifting and other anti-ageing procedures showed a double-digit rise, despite a double-dip recession.
WITH the designer's ink hardly dry, Vauxhall are facelifting the Monaro and giving it more wallop.
A ruling in their favour would render every speed camera conviction in this country legally unsound.WITH the designer's ink hardly dry, Vauxhall are facelifting the Monaro and giving it more wallop.
Porsche is facelifting the 911 later this year but the bigger news is that it's working on a four-cylinder 2.5-litre turbocharged engine that will be fitted to the Boxster and Cayman; possibly when they're updated next year.
VOLVO is facelifting its swoopy C70 convertible and showing the result at Frankfurt this month before it goes on sale next year.