Noun(1) plastic surgery to remove wrinkles and other signs of aging from your face; an incision is made near the hair line and skin is pulled back and excess tissue is excised(2) a renovation that improves the outward appearance (as of a building
(1) One of Waterford's most popular restaurants underwent a facelift recently.(2) Bradford Council is to make The Grove a one-way street to motorists starting on Monday as it carries out a facelift on the popular shopping area.(3) The Royal meet will be hosted at York's Knavesmire in June as its home course in Berkshire undergoes a massive facelift .(4) We drove on round Vauxhall Cross, a giant ring road which has been undergoing a radical facelift for what seems like forever.(5) Eileen opted for a total facelift to remove all her excess skin; it's a major operation which will last around six hours.(6) The top end of the city centre needs a cosmetic facelift and business investment so it can complement the Rawson Quarter.(7) In its effort to compete, Ocean Park in Aberdeen is projected to undergo a complete facelift in two phases over about six years.(8) Computerised images show how the facelift could appear if the blueprint is backed by retailers and city planning officials.(9) It was explained to her before surgery that a facelift would do nothing for the mouth lines.(10) A facelift can reduce saggy skin and wrinkles to produce a more alert and youthful appearance.(11) the station has undergone a multimillion pound facelift(12) Work started yesterday on a £1m facelift to improve passenger facilities and security at York station.(13) Its interior facelift also includes improvements to the instruments and door panels.(14) The UK's first prison ship for 200 years could be closed unless an expensive facelift is carried out.(15) Manchester has gone through a huge cosmetic facelift .(16) The gate had been undergoing a two-year facelift to repair damage done by age and pollution.
(1) facelift :: facelift
(2) face :: tvář
(3) lift :: výtah
1. cosmetic surgery ::
3. face lifting ::
4. nip and tuck ::
NIP a zastrčit
5. lift ::
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-I need more time.
-And I need a FACELIFT,
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