I used to see him quite often but we have lost touch. © This article uses material from Wikipedia ® and is licensed under the and under the. Two tracks were added when the band signed with Last Gang Records and the album was re-released in 2007. Lady Archibald asked him if he was going to touch up her portrait at the last sitting. I was touched by her generosity. Touch-me-not 1590s translates Latin noli-me-tangere. Spanish tocar, Italian toccare , perhaps of imitative origin.
V n with n 6 verb If you say that you did not touch someone or something, you are emphasizing that you did not attack, harm or destroy them, especially when you have been accused of doing so. You're very touchy today; in rather a touchy mood. The top of the Christmas tree almost touches the ceiling. Their shoulders touched; He touched the water with his foot. The plate was hot to the touch. V n In some countries people stand close enough to touch elbows.
He tried to touch the snake with a stick. With a similar snapper did Mr. V pl-n He touched the cow's side with his stick. See corresponding entry in Unabridged move, strike, stir, melt, soften. It takes quite an artistic touch to darken the brows and touch up the lashes. See corresponding entry in Unabridged concern, regard, affect. They were standing side-by-side with their shoulders touching.
Search touch up and thousands of other words in English Cobuild dictionary from Reverso. I have kept in touch with my school-friends. Touch Up is Mother Mother's debut album released on February 27, 2007 on Last Gang Records. Touch football is first attested 1933. See corresponding entry in Unabridged hint, trace, suggestion. Noun Blind since birth, she relies on her sense of touch to read braille. Their house burned to the ground, but the house next door wasn't touched by the fire.
V n 10 verb If something that someone says or does touches you, it affects you emotionally, often because you see that they are suffering a lot or that they are being very kind. An amusing story has come to me of an artist who was employed to touch up a large painting in an old church. Slowly bend forward and try to touch your toes. I wouldn't touch a job like that. I felt a touch on my shoulder. The painting still needs a few finishing touches.
None of the children has ever had a serious illness, touch wood! You can complete the definition of touch up given by the English Cobuild dictionary with other English dictionaries : Wikipedia, Lexilogos, Oxford, Cambridge, Chambers Harrap, Wordreference, Collins Lexibase dictionaries, Merriam Webster. If you are out of touchwith it, you do not know the latest news or information about it. Sparks flew when the wires touched. V pl-n with n If my arm touches the wall, it has to be washed again. Her tiny hands gently touched my face.
Search touch-up and thousands of other words in English definition and synonym dictionary from Reverso. Older people sometimes seem out of touch with the modern world. The plane should touch down at 2 o'clock. See corresponding entry in Unabridged impress. Shakspeare might surely be allowed to touch up scenes, of which the mass might be written by Fletcher.
I never touched the sandwiches. He hasn't lost his touch as a writer. V n The virus is not passed on through touching or shaking hands. . Sparks flew when the wires touched each other. V-ing Touch is also a noun. He kicked the ball into touch.
See corresponding entry in Unabridged pat, tap. V P n not pron , Also V n P touch paper , touchpaper If someone lights the touch paper or lights the blue touch paper, they do something which causes anger or excitement. V P touch off phrasal verb If something touches off a situation or series of events, it causes it to start happening. The soup needs a touch of salt; a touch of imagination. Fogg touch up each one of his stories of success. Choose the Right Synonym for touch Verb , , , , , mean to produce or have an effect upon.