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touch

verb
 
 
/tʌtʃ/
HAND [T] B1 to put your hand on something
dokunmak, el sürmek, değmek
You can look at them but please don't touch them.Touching and feelingShowing affection
GET CLOSE [I, T] B2 If two things touch, they are so close to each other that there is no space between them.
sürtünmek, dokunmak, temas etmek, değmek
These two wires must not touch.Connecting and combiningVariety and mixturesMixing and mixtures
EMOTION [T] B2 If something kind that someone says or does touches you, it makes you feel pleased or a little sad.
etkilemek, duygulandırmak, dokunmak, üzmek
[often passive] I was deeply touched by her letter.Making people sad, shocked and upsetRelieved and thankful
not touch sth to not eat or drink something
hiç bir şey yememek, hiç bir şeye dokunmamak
Abstaining and refrainingDrunkenness and sobrietyEatingBiting, chewing and swallowing
not touch sb/sth to not harm someone or not damage something
hiç kimseye/birşeye zarar vermemek/dokunmamak
→  See also touch/cover all the bases , hit/touch a (raw) nerve Treating as unimportantNeglecting and ignoringNot paying attention
(Definition of touch verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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