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touch

[tʌʧ]
noun
1. [sense, act of feeling]   tacto m
2. [detail, skill, knack]   toque m
 to put the finishing touches to something   dar el último toque a algo
3. [contact]
 to get/keep in touch (with)   ponerse/mantenerse en contacto (con)
 to lose touch (with)   perder el contacto (con)
 to be out of touch with   no estar al tanto de
4. sport
 in touch   fuera de banda
5. [small amount]
 a touch (of)   un poquito (de)
 to be touch and go   ser dudoso or poco seguro
 to be a soft touch   no saber decir que no


   

touch

[tʌʧ]
transitive verb Conjugation
1. [generally]   Conjugation tocar
 you haven't touched your food   no has tocado la comida
2. [emotionally]   Conjugation conmover
3. [equal]   Conjugation igualar
 nobody can touch her for professionalism   nadie la iguala en profesionalismo


   

touch

[tʌʧ]
intransitive verb Conjugation
1. [with fingers etc]   Conjugation tocar
 don't touch!   ¡no lo toques!
2. [be in contact]   Conjugation tocarse


  

a touch


adverb
[rather]   un poco


  

touch down


intransitive verb Conjugation
[plane]   Conjugation aterrizar, tomar tierra


  

touch on


transitive verb inseparable Conjugation
  Conjugation tocar, tratar por encima


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