a touch of

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Updated on: 15 Nov 2017

Definition of a touch of

:a small amount of (something) :a hint or trace of (something)
  • She noticed a touch of garlic in the sauce.
  • I think I have a touch of the flu.

Word by Word Definitions

touch play
  1. : to bring a bodily part into contact with especially so as to perceive through the tactile sense : handle or feel gently usually with the intent to understand or appreciate

  2. : to put hands upon in any way or degree

  3. : to take into the hands or mouth

  1. : the act or fact of touching

  2. : the special sense by which pressure or traction exerted on the skin or mucous membrane is perceived

  3. : a specified sensation that arises in response to stimulation of the tactile receptors : feel


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