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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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liposuctionlip‧o‧suc‧tion /ˈlɪpəʊˌsʌkʃən $ -poʊ-/ noun [uncountable]  DCBa way of removing fat from someone’s body, using suction
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liposuctionCan Larry Miller afford a liposuction?Carrillo died last July 4 from complications following extensive plastic surgery and liposuction.I've done liposuction on her back, her inner thighs, her triceps and a little on her abdomen.Forget surgery, drugs, liposuction or expensive exercise equipment.That is like an obese person with unhealthy eating habits deciding against making dietary changes and opting instead for liposuction.By their teens, these children need liposuction before they can walk.Yet he was so thin he practically needed reverse liposuction.
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