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  • touch
    adj. touchable.

  • touch
    expr. in touch, in a close relation of communication, agreement, sympathy, or interest.
    Ex. She kept in touch with her family while she was overseas. A newspaper keeps one in touch with the world.

  • touch
    expr. out of touch, lacking close relation of communication, agreement, sympathy, or interest.
    Ex. The old man was completely out of touch with the youngsters and their ways.

  • touch
    expr. touch down,
    a. to land an aircraft; land.
    Ex. The pilot touched down at a small country airfield.
    b. (Rugby.) to touch the ground with (the ball) behind the opposing team's goal line.
    Ex. A young member of the visiting pac

  • touch
    expr. touch off,
    a. to cause to go off; fire.
    Ex. The only delay ... is due to a fear that a dispatch of the troops will touch off the magazine (London Daily Chronicle).
    b. (Figurative:)
    Ex. to touch off a riot.

  • touch
    expr. touch on (or upon),
    a. to treat lightly; mention.
    Ex. Our conversation touched on many subjects.
    b. to concern; relate to.
    Ex. an event that touches on her career.
    c. to come close to.
    Ex. a sermon that touche

  • touch
    expr. touch up, to change a little; improve.
    Ex. to touch up a play. He touched up a photograph.

  • touch
    noun toucher.

  • touch
    noun 1. the act of touching or condition of being touched.
    Ex. A bubble bursts at a touch. The touch of the cold water made her shiver.
    2a. the sense by which a person perceives things by feeling, handling, or coming against them.
    Ex.

  • touch
    touch, verb, noun.

  • touch
    v.i. 1. to put the hand, finger, or some other part of the body on or against something.
    Ex. These glasses are delicate--don't touch!
    2. to come or be in contact.
    Ex. Our hands touched.
    3. to arrive and make a brief stop.

  • touch
    v.t. 1. to put the hand, finger, or some other part of the body on or against and feel.
    Ex. She touched the pan to see whether it was still hot.
    2. to put (one thing) against another; make contact with.
    Ex. Hetouched the post with his

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