Definition of 'plastic surgery'
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Three years earlier the magazine depicted models as plastic surgery patients. Times, Sunday Times (2016)No need to go for any plastic surgery and it saves money and time! Times, Sunday Times (2016)Many get plastic surgery to boost their earnings. The Sun (2017)It jokes that it is an affordable alternative to plastic surgery. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The man needs plastic surgery after the diseased animal chewed off most of his lobe as he lay on a park bench. The Sun (2017)And though she would have plastic surgery at some point, she denies she already has. The Sun (2016)I have no other vices except plastic surgery. The Sun (2017)The series was criticised for testing the boundaries of medical ethics, under which plastic surgery procedures are prohibited from being awarded as prizes. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The pace of growth in plastic surgery in the US has also slowed. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It could help in other plastic surgery procedures and change the future of burns and other treatments. The Sun (2012)So should those who undergo plastic surgery book the time needed for recovery as holiday? Times, Sunday Times (2007)It is thought that he had undergone plastic surgery to alter his appearance. Times, Sunday Times (2009)And the pair have undergone more plastic surgery. The Sun (2015)Why do you want plastic surgery? Christianity Today (2000)Has he had any plastic surgery? Times, Sunday Times (2010)Her arthritis is a nod to her age, concealed by plastic surgery. The Sun (2015)After six seasons and 100 episodes the plastic surgery drama series is finally getting the chop. Times, Sunday Times (2010)By the 1980s plastic surgery safety had improved and new techniques were coming to the fore. The Sun (2015)If you think that plastic surgery will make you feel better, you are scratching the wrong itch. The Sun (2016)The mask she wore for three years to protect her plastic surgery is gone, but she is still badly disfigured. Times, Sunday Times (2008)About 15 years ago the original unit at the hospital became redundant and was bought by a collective of doctors specialising in plastic surgery. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Modern plastic surgery techniques could improve the shape but I think that we would struggle with the colour. Times, Sunday Times (2015) Plastic surgery doesn't make you look younger, it just looks like plastic surgery. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Before her death, she had undergone plastic surgery to make herself look like Self. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Almost simultaneously, there's the news that cosmetic plastic surgery is a booming business. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The one thing people want from plastic surgery is the one thing you can't get - predictable results. The Sun (2016)BRITAIN'S top plastic surgery firm has sparked an ethics row by pledging big savings for multiple ops before New Year. The Sun (2009)She has successfully sued a clinic that implied, through an advertising campaign, that she had undergone plastic surgery. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Although media coverage of plastic surgery has ballooned, it is often no more than an excuse to be mean to well-known women. Times, Sunday Times (2014)A family friend said: 'If she survives she will need plastic surgery. The Sun (2015)He is said to have undergone plastic surgery on his jaw and, since stepping on a mine some years ago, has walked with a limp. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'plastic surgery'
British English: plastic surgery /ˈplæstɪk ˈsɜːdʒərɪ/ NOUN
Plastic surgery is the practice of performing operations to repair or replace skin which has been damaged, or to improve people's appearance.
She had plastic surgery to change the shape of her nose.
- American English: plastic surgery
- Arabic: جِرَاحَةٌ تَـجْمِيلِيَّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: cirurgia plástica
- Chinese: 整形手术
- Croatian: plastična operacija
- Czech: plastická chirurgie
- Danish: plastikkirurgi
- Dutch: plastische chirurgie
- European Spanish: cirugía plástica plástica
- Finnish: plastiikkakirurgia
- French: chirurgie esthétique
- German: plastische Chirurgie
- Greek: πλάστική χειρουργική
- Italian: chirurgia plastica
- Japanese: 形成外科
- Korean: 성형외과
- Norwegian: plastisk kirurgi
- Polish: chirurgia plastyczna
- European Portuguese: cirurgia plástica
- Romanian: chirurgie plastică
- Russian: пластическая хирургия
- Spanish: cirugía plástica
- Swedish: plastikkirurgi
- Thai: ศัลยกรรมตกแต่ง
- Turkish: plastik cerrahi
- Ukrainian: пластична хірургія
- Vietnamese: phẫu thuật thẩm mỹ
Definition of plastic surgery from the Collins English Dictionary
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