Definition of touch-up in English:

touch-up

Syllabification: touch-up

noun

A quick restoration or improvement made to the appearance or state of something: the hotels had undergone more than the customary touch-ups and refurbishing
More example sentences
  • The make-up artists are free to give the designer and PR a quick touch-up.
  • If having implemented the necessary touch-ups and improvements, your property still fails to sell, what are your options?
  • After giving my hair a quick touch-up when we pulled up in front of the house where the party was being held, I grabbed Scott's extended hand and let him help me out of the car.

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