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Translation of "touch" - English-Turkish dictionary

touch

noun     /tʌtʃ/
HAND [no plural]
B2 when you put your hand on something dokunma, dokunuş, elleme, temas I felt the touch of his hand on my face.Touching and feelingShowing affection
ABILITY [U]
B2 the ability to feel things by putting your hand on them dokunma, temas; dokunma duyusu It was cold to the touch (= when I touched it).The senses in generalTouching and feelingShowing affection
DETAIL [C]
a small detail that makes something better ayrıntı, detay Having flowers on the tables was a nice touch.Elaborating, specifying and simplifying
a touch
a little az miktarda Add a little olive oil and a touch of vinegar.Small in number and quantity
be/get/keep, etc in touch
B1 to communicate or continue to communicate with someone by telephoning, or writing to them temasta/temas hâlinde olmak; temasa geçmek; bağlantı kurmak; ilgi duymak; ilgisini sürdürmek Communicating and keeping in touch
lose touch
B2 to stop communicating with someone, usually because they do not live near you now teması kaybetmek; izini kaybetmek; teması/iletişimi kesmek Communicating and keeping in touch
be out of touch
to know little about what has recently happened tam haberdar olmamak; fazla bilgisi olmamak Unaware
(Definition of touch noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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