English version

paint job

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpaint jobˈpaint job noun [singular] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š informal if a car has a paint job, it is painted again πŸ”Š old cars that are given a quick paint job before being sold
Examples from the Corpus
paint jobβ€’ And the, you know, the hardwood floor gets a paint job.β€’ After all, the building needed a paint job.β€’ This place needs a paint job.β€’ Parts of some letters had been chipped away, but a careful paint job had cured them.β€’ My dad bought me a 67 Chevy automatic, with a brand new paint job.β€’ In fact it was papier-mache on which some one had done a skilful paint job.β€’ Behind closed doors ... the paint job the public will never see.
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