retouch

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retouch (third-person singular simple present retouches, present participle retouching, simple past and past participle retouched)

  1. (transitive) To improve something (especially a photograph), by adding or correcting details, or by removing flaws.
  2. (transitive) To colour the roots of hair to match hair previously coloured.
  3. (archaeology) To modify a flint tool by making secondary flaking along the cutting edge.

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retouch (plural retouches)

  1. The act of retouching.

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