It is a term used in the sport of Fencing. It literally means "Touched", and is a scoring hit. It would be most frequently used in dialogue ("Touché ," said the student, finding himself outclassed by the newcomer.) But it might be used without dialogue:
The fencing class produced an occasional touché and quite a lot of muffled curses and groans from the out-of-shape beginners.
The soft touch of her hand brought him back to reality. There was just a touch of cinnamin in the aroma.
Sorry, you can't. I tried with mine but there's no way you can download word in your iPod touch. =-C
May I touch your thigh
Acids are soapy to touch.
You didn't say which meaning of the word you wanted to use. Here are some sentences with various meanings.Don't touch the hot stove!He has a distinct touch with animals.She has a gentle touch.His sense of touch is really sensitive.Gently touch the probe to the battery.She never touched her food.
Be sure to touch all the bases as you run.
The African Luhya word for the English word "touch" is "tiraa".
There are many other words that can be used to replace the word touch. One word that can replace touch is contact.
First to touch it gets it.
To touch a sterile field with bare hands would contaminate it.
The bacteria on unwashed hands will contaminate any foodstuffs they touch.
Nyiti maguru maku is the Kikuyu word for the English word touch your feet.
to touch = แตะ (tæa)
The past participle of the word "touch" is "touched". It is a regular formation.
"I didn't break it!" I break something every time I touch something.
yeah if it is an I phone I think they will use a touch screen pen
toucher - to touch; as a noun, touche
the type of touch screens that ipods use are called multi-touch.
Cheetahs use their sense of touch in a great number of ways. They use their sense of touch to see if their prey is dead.
The word 'touch' is a noun form, a word for contact with something by something else; contact with something by a part of the body; a small amount; a mild illness; a contact with (in touch); a small improvement (touch up); a word for a thing.The noun form of the verb to touch is the gerund, touching.
No, you do not have to pay to use Safari on the iPod Touch.
I swam though the seamountsThe oceans seamounts were soo big I could touch it
Touch the word whale
In sentences such as "Don't touch the hot stove" or "That wire is hot to the touch" the word hot is the adjective. The word touch is a noun in either case - although in the second, it is the object of the adjective prepositional phrase.