Definition of makeover in English:

makeover

Line breaks: make|over
Pronunciation: /ˈmeɪkəʊvə(r)
 
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noun

A complete transformation of the appearance of someone or something: win one of our special pampering makeovers
More example sentences
  • Why do identity changes and corporate makeovers bring out the worst in otherwise exceptional business leaders?
  • The station's interior has had a makeover to improve access with a stairlift to the main platform.
  • A television makeover team has completely transformed a bedroom in a Clacton family's home.

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