tart up

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To modify or repackage a product, service, or idea to make it more attractive or easier to sell.
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Submitted on February 01, 2011

Additional definitions for 'tart up':

tart upTo dress like a prostitute.
tart upTo dress garishly.
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    Daniel
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    Karen
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