Translations for Touchtʌtʃ

1

touch(noun)

an act or sensation of touching

I felt a touch on my shoulder.

2

touch(verb)

to be in, come into, or make, contact with something else

Their shoulders touched; He touched the water with his foot.

3

touch(noun)

(often with the ) one of the five senses, the sense by which we feel things

the sense of touch; The stone felt cold to the touch.

4

touch(verb)

to feel (lightly) with the hand

He touched her cheek.

5

touch(noun)

a mark or stroke etc to improve the appearance of something

The painting still needs a few finishing touches.

6

touch(verb)

to affect the feelings of; to make (someone) feel pity, sympathy etc

I was touched by her generosity.

7

touch(noun)

skill or style

He hasn't lost his touch as a writer.

8

touch(verb)

to be concerned with; to have anything to do with

I wouldn't touch a job like that.

9

touch(noun)

(in football) the ground outside the edges of the pitch (which are marked out withˈtouchlines )

He kicked the ball into touch.

Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary

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