The act or an instance of finishing or improving by small changes, corrections, or additions. (noun)
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Use "touchup" in a sentence
"I had a revision this last March for pincushioning of the flap and will go for another "touchup" in September."
"And then last kind of touchup question is on pricing, with the increase, what are you hearing initially here on the feedback from that in this environment, is that something that your customers are receptive to at this point?"
"Braig said a repaving was under consideration (and engineers would evaluate a project this week) but "we don't want to paint the whole house when all we have to do is a little touchup.""