Definition of retouch
Examples of retouch in a sentence
The photo had been retouched to remove the wrinkles around his eyes.
Origin and Etymology of retouch
French retoucher, from Medieval French, from re- + toucher to touch
First Known Use: circa 1650
First Known Use of retouch
RETOUCH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of retouch for English Language Learners
: to make small changes to (something, such as a photograph) in order to improve the way it looks
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