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touched

adjective [after verb] uk   /tʌtʃt/ us  

touched adjective [after verb] (GRATEFUL)

B2 grateful for something kind that someone has done: I was very touched by all the cards my friends sent me when I was in hospital. [+ that] He was touched that you remembered his birthday.

touched adjective [after verb] (STRANGE)

old-fashioned informal behaving in an unusual and strange way: You must think I'm a bit touched, hanging around in graveyards.
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