Examples of touché in a Sentence
- "Some clerics think that. Even some cops. … " Mike grinned. "Touché, but with Ed it's an obsession. He has to fight lawyers and traders and everyone else on the streets of Chicago." —Andrew M. Greeley, Happy Are Those Who Thirst For Justice, 1987
- And yes, in case you hadn't guessed it already, caliper spring tension appears to have been reduced, because the brakes definitely have a much lighter touch. Touché, Shimano! —Bike Tech, August 1987
TOUCHÉ Defined for English Language Learners
—used to admit that someone has made a clever or effective point in an argument
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