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The touch of his hand sent a thrill through her body.
She felt the touch of his lips on her back.
‘Do you want milk in your coffee?’ ‘Just a touch, please.’
Add a touch of vinegar.
The flowers in the room were a nice touch.
Lace added a decorative touch to the tablecloth.
The hotel provides good service and the personal touch.
Jane Pickard is the businesswoman with a magic touch.
I’ll be in touch next week about our trip to Paris.
Are you still in touch with any friends from university?
I must get in touch with the bank and arrange an overdraft.
They moved away five years ago, but we still keep in touch.
We stayed in close touch while they were in Johannesburg.
Maria put me in touch with a great acupuncturist in London.
She’s a nice woman, but she’s not a soft touch.
‘You seem really interested,’ he said with a touch of irony.
Winter flowers add a welcome touch of colour to the garden.
This is the British English definition of touch. View American English definition of touch.