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make-up

  
1    cosmetics, face     (informal)   greasepaint     (Theatre)   maquillage, paint     (informal)   powder, war paint     (informal, humorous)  
2    arrangement, assembly, composition, configuration, constitution, construction, form, format, formation, organization, structure  
3    build, cast of mind, character, constitution, disposition, figure, frame of mind, make, nature, stamp, temper, temperament  
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make-up

  
, makeup  
1       n-uncount   Make-up consists of things such as lipstick, eye shadow, and powder which some women put on their faces to make themselves look more attractive or which actors use to change or improve their appearance.  
Normally she wore little make-up...     
2       n-uncount   Someone's make-up is their nature and the various qualities in their character.  
with supp, usu poss N   (=personality)  
There was some fatal flaw in his makeup, and as time went on he lapsed into long silences or became off-hand.     
3       n-uncount   The make-up of something consists of its different parts and the way these parts are arranged.  
with supp  
The ideological make-up of the unions is now radically different from what it had been.     

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Consulte también:

make up, made-up, make out, make

make-up artist n.
person who is a specialist of make-up and who applies makeup in a professional manner

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