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Spanish translation of “touch”

touch

noun
( often with the) one of the five senses, the sense by which we feel things
tacto
the sense of touch The stone felt cold to the touch.
a mark or stroke etc to improve the appearance of something
retoque
The painting still needs a few finishing touches.
skill or style
toque, nota (personal), sello, estilo
He hasn’t lost his touch as a writer.
(in football) the ground outside the edges of the pitch (which are marked out with touchlines)
toque, fuera de juego
He kicked the ball into touch.
(Definition of touch from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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