Definition of 'facelift'
Example sentences containing 'facelift'
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The commercial court is getting a facelift. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They have given it a facelift to try to make it look less conservative. The Sun (2010)She was amazed by the results and agreed that she did not need a facelift. Times, Sunday Times (2010)My council flat really needs a facelift. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Now the firm have given it a facelift to combat a host of new arrivals in the fiercely competitive family hatchback sector. The Sun (2006)The show provides her with a facelift, nose job and tooth veneers. The Sun (2008)The hotel re-opened after a recent facelift and was instantly booked solid for two years. The Sun (2010)Can you get a facelift for 30? Times, Sunday Times (2010)With a bit of patience, you can give it a facelift. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It's not that the original story is boring or needs a facelift. Christianity Today (2000)The students' union is being given a facelift and sports facilities are also being upgraded. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The results at the 32 stores given a facelift so far have been encouraging. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The sport, itself, is undergoing a facelift. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Now the 308 gets a facelift rather than an all-new model but changes are significant. The Sun (2011)Another 8,000 will get a facelift to make them fit for the 21st century. The Sun (2006)Some of India's players probably feel they need a facelift. The Sun (2011)She's thinking of getting a facelift then pretending she's just had a really good summer holiday. The Sun (2006)The city has had a recent facelift, with much of the centre pedestrianised, and is easy to get around by tram. Times, Sunday Times (2014)A recent facelift means the hotel is bright and modern yet has retained enough rustic, coastal charm to remind you of where you are. The Sun (2015)THE'nasty party' is getting a facelift. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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