Translation of cosmetic in Spanish:

cosmetic

cosmético, adj.

Pronunciation /kɑzˈmɛdɪk//kɒzˈmɛtɪk/

adjective

  • 1

    (beautifying)
    (powder/cream) cosmético
    • Clinical evaluations were performed by two investigators scoring properties with regard to response rate, cosmetic outcome and adverse effects.
    • The shocking gouge in the forehead has been filled in and cosmetic surgery has restored the indentation above the eyebrow.
    • Standards in the cosmetic treatment field must be as high as other areas of health care.
    • Lacking in the sample was coverage of surgeries performed for only cosmetic purposes.
    • So two years ago I decided to explore the possibility of cosmetic surgery.
    • It is in the process of moving light-based cosmetic treatments and devices into the home.
    • That is what most needs to be removed from the media and our lifestyle: the view that unnecessary and unhealthy plastic surgeries and cosmetic procedures should be applauded.
    • Local counterfeit items such as washing detergents, cosmetic creams and lotions, soft drinks and other similar products, now enjoy a growing share of the market.
    • It is a plastic surgery technique used to improve the functional and cosmetic appearance of scars.
    • There is growing concern from surgeons and nurses that cosmetic surgery and rejuvenation treatments are growing without control.
    • In patients with concomitant strabismus, who have compromised or absent binocular fusion, treatment is cosmetic as permanent ocular realignment cannot be expected.
    • So who does this very expensive cosmetic treatment benefit?
    • Body painting, equally cosmetic and symbolic, is part of traditional attire.
    • It is important not to rush into the decision to have any cosmetic treatment.
    • Are there people with underlying medical conditions that should not have this type of cosmetic surgery?
    • Thus, for example, many indemnity insurers will not pay for elective cosmetic surgeries.
    • This procedure is one of the most popular cosmetic surgeries performed.
    • Their offerings run the whole spectrum, edibles, medicinals, but most important from a cottage industry perspective, the body care and cosmetic market.
    • Staying with the body beautiful, cosmetic dentistry is set to become this year's big hitter.
    • Confidence in one's own body, going beyond cosmetic appearance, is necessary for this.
    • Treatment by surgical excision or physical ablation of the excess tissue may improve cosmetic appearance.
    • There are many cosmetic dental treatments you can have to enhance the appearance of your teeth.
    • You've thought about having cosmetic nose surgery, but you're unsure if this procedure is for you.
    • These include everything from cough syrup to vision correction to certain types of cosmetic surgery and fertility treatments.
    • If your Shih Tzu objects strenuously to nail grinding, it is advisable to not force the issue since grinding is mostly for a cosmetic effect.
    • An archaeological dig in central London has unearthed a 2,000-year-old pot of cosmetic cream.
    • Initially, the effects are reflected as cosmetic problems, which typically show up on the face and body.
    • The changes, which could come into force as soon as October, would require cosmetic body piercing businesses to register with local authorities and adhere to by-laws.
    • The two to three edible nuts of the seed are eaten raw or roasted; from these, a stable oil is pressed for use in cosmetic creams and as a meat preservative.
    • Dr Rodgers runs a thriving practice, usually catering for rich clients seeking plastic surgery for cosmetic purposes.
    • Besides it may also lead to reduced masticatory (the ability to chew), joint problems and cosmetic effects.
    • Surgical or laser treatment by a cosmetic dermatologist may be considered on an individual basis.
    • A variety of facial cosmetic treatments may help reduce the appearance of wrinkles.
    • Reconstructive surgery corrects defects or restores function, while cosmetic surgery enhances or improves a person's normal appearance.
    • Before she attempted to drop weight, I never found anything wrong with her body on a cosmetic level.
    • Most cosmetic plastic surgeries are paid upfront by the patient.
    • However, body kits are merely cosmetic alterations.
    • In 90 percent of cases, topical vitamin E either had no effect, or actually worsened the cosmetic appearance of scars.
    • That's more than all cosmetic surgeries combined.
    • Encourage them to keep track of their feelings regarding their pending cosmetic surgery.
  • 2

    (superficial)
    (reforms/changes) superficial
    • To some extent the removal of differences in influence and importance is cosmetic rather than real.
    • The program suggestions were humanistic improvements - albeit cosmetic ones - to early TV fare.
    • Each offers a deep rather than cosmetic emphasis on applications.
    • The planners' report said the current appearance of the building was very poor and any cosmetic improvement to the building would benefit the wider area.
    • Most of the damage is cosmetic rather than structural, but many hotels may not reopen until the end of the year when the busy Christmas season starts.
    • Otherwise, this public consultation will be seen as a cosmetic exercise.
    • But the purpose and function remains the same: cosmetic improvements cannot reverse the de-humanising effect of the culture.
    • But the visit is largely seen as a cosmetic exercise to prove that the disagreement over the delay in the elections has not caused a rift between the governments.
    • We're sure there's more to it than that, but the changes seem primarily cosmetic rather than functional.
    • Others in the Cabinet believe that even if the exercise is financially cosmetic, the Treasury must be seen to give something.
    • If not, then recruitment is only going to be a cosmetic exercise.
    • We are concerned that this might be a cosmetic exercise rather than dealing with the real issues.
    • The investment in design features is more than cosmetic; it affects the way the reader will experience the text, making this a book to cherish.
    • The agenda set by those who participated struck me as a desire for a more cosmetic makeover rather than a radical change for newspapers to make them more relevant to all ages.
    • Most of the effects are cosmetic as it only alters the presentation of the numbers rather than affecting crucial numbers like cash flow.
    • My editor believes that readers deserve to know the full facts about a review product rather than a cosmetic look at the item.
    • The efforts in recent years of successive governments at decentralisation is no more than a cosmetic exercise.
    • Most of the feedback focuses on cosmetic changes rather than content.
    • The final result, 3-2, was flattering because the two late goals had only a cosmetic effect on a match which had been won in 18 fatal minutes.
    • He says the initiative is a cosmetic exercise to bolster the force's reputation.