face-lift

['feislift]
  • n. 翻新
  • vt. 为作外观上的改善;作整形手术
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face-lift (n.)
also facelift, 1934, from face-lifting (1922); see face (n.) + lift (n.).
1. They have maintained their optimism in the face of desolating subjugation.
面对遭征服的悲惨命运,他们保持了乐观的态度。

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2. The cold, misty air felt wonderful on his face.
雾蒙蒙,寒冷的空气使他脸上感觉很舒爽。

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3. He will now face a disciplinary hearing for having an affair.
他因有外遇而要面临纪律听证会的裁决。

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4. A young man plunged from a sheer rock face to his death.
一名男青年从陡峭的岩壁上坠崖身亡。

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5. The government wilted in the face of such powerful pressure.
政府面对如此大的压力,失去了信心。

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