HAND [no plural] › when you put your hand on something: I felt the touch of his hand on my face. ABILITY [U] › the ability to feel things by putting your hand on them: It was cold to the touch (= when I touched it). DETAIL [C] › a small detail that makes something better: Having flowers on the tables was a nice touch.
a touch › a little: Add a little olive oil and a touch of vinegar.
be/get/keep, etc in touch › to communicate or continue to communicate with someone by telephoning, or writing to them
lose touch › to stop communicating with someone, usually because they do not live near you now: We've lost touch over the years.
be out of touch › to know little about what has recently happened