plastic surgery on the face for elevating sagging tissues and eliminating wrinkles and other signs of age; rhytidectomy.
a renovation or restyling, as of a room or building, intended to give an attractive, more up-to-date appearance.
to perform a surgical facelift upon.
to renovate or restyle in order to give a fresher, more modern appearance: Our old offices have been facelifted with new furniture, rugs, and plants.
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How to use facelift in a sentence
His off-set line, Marc by Marc Jacobs, is also getting a facelift, with a name change happening in the near future.Big Changes at Marc Jacobs; Sophie Dahl Starts Blogging | The Fashion Beast Team | February 7, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
She has had a three-year, multi-million dollar facelift and is nearly there.
There is a bargain rate of $9,000 for a series of 12—for just a bit more, you could get an actual facelift.
What pleasantly surprised me on my last visit was the extensive $18 million facelift the inn has had—and which it needed.
The party doesn't need a facelift, it needs a housecleaning.
British Dictionary definitions for face-lift
a cosmetic surgical operation for tightening sagging skin and smoothing unwanted wrinkles on the face
any improvement or renovation, as of a building, etc
(tr) to improve the appearance of, as by a face-lift
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