Recent Examples of nip and tuck from the Web
The rear fascia has been nipped and tucked, and Ford has replaced the wide chrome bar with chrome trim accenting the lamps.
View 6 Photos The front and rear fascias have been nipped and tucked to reflect bits of the latest design language.
The front and rear fascias have been nipped and tucked to reflect bits of the latest design language.
The Photoshop equivalent app has sent many of its millions of users across China flocking to plastic surgeons for real-life nips and tucks, and given rise to a cottage industry for Internet influencers and management agencies.
The paper details doctors’ experience diagnosing and treating a patient who developed a rare but serious condition called fat embolization syndrome shortly after a routine nip and tuck.
By nipping and tucking around the glass, designers have made screens longer, with more usable area.
After so many nips and tucks, the interiors became little more than a patchwork of dark and dismal rooms.
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NIP AND TUCK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of nip and tuck for English Language Learners
of a race or other competition : so close that the lead changes quickly and very often from one person or team to another
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