Definition of lipo
(Entry 1 of 3)
: liposuction Through some unholy marriage of extreme fitness and calorie restriction (and maybe a little lipo), women have figured out how to tame their aging bodies for longer than ever.— Johnathan van Meter … my friend shuttled us into the kitchen one by one to show us the inch-long incision under her chin (for the lipo) …— Marjorie Rosen
lipoed; lipoing; lipos
Definition of lipo (Entry 2 of 3)
: to perform liposuction on (a person or part of the body) More than anything, a high-cut bathing suit or leotard can create the illusion of longer legs. But you have to lipo the love handles.— Vogue : to remove by liposuction Kirstie Alley lost a bunch of weight, but not by dieting. No, she had 35 lbs. lipoed right out of her.— Malene Arpe
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701–762 Chinese poet
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