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retouch (v.)

1640s, from French retoucher (13c.) "to touch again" (with a view to improving), from re- "again" (see re-) + toucher (see touch (v.)).

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Definitions of retouch from WordNet

retouch (v.)
give retouches to (hair);
retouch the roots
retouch (v.)
alter so as to produce a more desirable appearance;
This photograph has been retouched!
Synonyms: touch up
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