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  • come into or be in contact with.
    E.g. he leaned back so that only two legs of his chair touched the floor
  • handle in order to interfere with, alter, or otherwise affect.
    E.g. I didn't play her records or touch any of her stuff
  • affect or concern.
    E.g. a tenth of state companies have been touched by privatization
  • produce feelings of affection, gratitude, or sympathy in.
    E.g. she was touched by her friend's loyalty
  • reach (a specified level or amount).
    E.g. sales touched twenty grand last year
  • an act of touching someone or something.
    E.g. her touch on his shoulder was hesitant
  • a small amount; a trace.
    E.g. add a touch of vinegar
  • a distinctive manner or method of dealing with something.
    E.g. later he showed a surer political touch
  • the area beyond the sidelines, out of play.
    E.g. his clearance went directly into touch
  • an act of asking for and getting a loan or gift from someone.
    E.g. I only tolerated him because he was good for a touch now and then
  • a series of changes shorter than a peal.
  • a thing that tests the worth or character of something.
    E.g. you must put your fate to the touch

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