face-lift face-lift


  • (v) perform cosmetic surgery on someone's face


  1. I took a good look at the age of 54, and as much as I thought I could use a face-lift, I said my feet need it so much more than my face.
  2. Botox may not only provide a nonsurgical face-lift it may also lift your spirits, new research suggests.
  3. She was proud that she never had a face-lift.


  1. Major improvements possible for U.S. 1 in Fairfax, Prince William

    One of America's oldest highways and a primary commuter route in Northern Virginia could get a major face-lift.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: WTOP Radio Washington, DC

  2. Apple's Siri gets new voices, display, and actions

    (Credit: James Martin/CNET) More from WWDC Meet iTunes Radio, Apple's long-awaited streaming music service CNET Editors' Take: Apple's Pandora-like streaming radio service is finally here Apple gives the iPhone a user interface face-lift with iOS 7 Editors' Take: iOS 7 gets a new look and several new features The fresh new look of Apple iOS 7 (pictures) Apple unveils new MacBook Air, gives Mac ...
    on June 11, 2013     Source: CNET

  3. WWDC preview: Apple's iOS needs more than a face-lift

    Jony Ive, Apple's design guru, is about to put his stamp on the software that underlies the iPhone and iPad. I'm hoping he is giving the software more than just a face-lift.
    on June 10, 2013     Source: The Saratogian


  • "With this master plan, we're giving the city a full face-lift with improved natural habitat, water quality, recreation and economic development," Councilman Ed Reyes said after Wednesday's vote.
    on May 10, 2007 By: Ed Reyes Source: San Diego Union Tribune

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