Spanish translation of 'touch up'
transitive verb + adverbSee also touch
1. (= improve)
[photograph, painting, make-up] retocar
2. (informal) (sexually) meter mano a (inf) ⧫ sobar (inf)
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Example Sentences Including 'touch up'
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An assistant held up a mirror so a reporter in a starchy red suit could touch up her lipstick.DO NO HARM (2002)
She'd even thought of asking Mr Michelangelo to touch up her hair a bit.MISS MELVILLE REGRETS
Perhaps men do touch up Hilary, in the same way as cats always sit on the laps of those who are least fond of them.THE PRESIDENT'S CHILD (2003)
Trends of 'touch up'
Used Rarely. touch up is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translation of touch up from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary