Hay 2 traducciones de touch en español:

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Pronunciación: /tʌtʃ/

n

  • 1 1.1 u (sense) tacto (m) they have a highly developed sense of touch tienen muy desarrollado el tacto or el sentido del tacto smooth to the touch suave al tacto
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    • Even if one is blessed with the senses of touch, smell, speech and hearing, it is sight that gives shape to imagination.
    • They were doing this with their hands in the dark with just a flashlight, and just using their senses of touch, smell and sight.
    • The wall will include different pieces of artwork to stimulate various senses including touch, smell, sight and sound.
    1.2 c (physical contact) the cold touch of marble el tacto frío del mármol at the touch of a button con solo tocar un botón the merest touch is enough to set off the alarm un simple roce puede accionar la alarma she longed for his touch añoraba sus abrazos ( or caricias etc) he needs to develop a lighter touch on the piano tiene que aprender a tocar el piano con más suavidad to be a soft touch [colloquial/familiar] I'll ask Uncle Harry; he's a soft touch le pediré el dinero al tío Harry, que es un buenazo foreign tourists are a soft touch for these conmen los turistas extranjeros son presa fácil para estos estafadores
  • 2 c (small amount, degree — of humor, irony) dejo (m), toque (m); (— of paint) toque (m) add a touch of vinegar/salt agregue unas gotas de vinagre/una pizca de sal there's a touch of autumn in the air hay algo otoñal en el ambiente a touch of fever un poco de fiebre, unos quintos de fiebre (AmL) a touch (as adv) algo, un poquito a touch closer to the wall algo or un poquito más cerca de la pared it should have a touch less/more sugar debería tener algo or un poquito menos/más de azúcar
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    • A touch of Mardi Gras with a carnival type atmosphere was the end result and children of all ages had a memorable experience on this special occasion in Tubbercurry.
    • A touch of first night nerves hit the more experienced actors hardest, as one might expect but no doubt they disappeared as the week progressed.
    • A touch of Superstar Complacency had set in, I thought - which is a bit rich when you haven't even released your first single yet.
  • 3 3.1 c (detail) detalle (m) it was a nice touch to mention … fue un detalle simpático hacer mención de … the script has some surreal touches el guión tiene algunos detalles or elementos surrealistas to add o put the final o finishing touches/touch to sth darle* los últimos toques/el último toque a algo 3.2 (effect) (no pl) toque (m) the personal touch el toque personal there's a touch of Groucho Marx about him tiene algo de Groucho Marx
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    • Also offered is lunchtime delivery service, which, if you happen to work in the area, is a nice touch - call for details.
    • While a little light in content, this was an interesting feature and a nice touch.
    • A nice touch is the addition of plasma tv screens to watch sporting events while you play.
  • 4 (skill) (no pl) habilidad (f) he handles the scene with a sure touch maneja la escena con gran habilidad after 30 years he still hasn't lost his touch with an audience aun después de 30 años no ha perdido la habilidad de cautivar al público a politician with the common touch un político que está en sintonía con el pueblo
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    • The Prime Minister, we are told, is losing his touch.
    • However, I'm going to shout that honestly, Rick, you are losing your touch.
    • But there are signs that he could be losing his touch for self-promotion.
  • 5 u (communication) to get/keep o stay in touch with sb ponerse*/mantenerse* en contacto con algn keep in touch manténte en contacto, escribe/llama de vez en cuando, no te pierdas [familiar/colloquial] I'll be in touch ya te escribiré ( or llamaré etc) I lost touch with her two years ago hace dos años que no sé nada de ella or que perdí el contacto con ella the British runners are losing touch with the leaders los corredores británicos se están quedando rezagados he's not in touch with his spiritual needs no es consciente de sus necesidades espirituales how can I get in touch with you? ¿cómo me puedo poner en contacto con usted?, ¿cómo lo puedo contactar? I'm a bit out of touch with what's happening no estoy muy al corriente or al tanto de lo que está pasando they're completely out of touch no tienen ni idea the Government is out of touch with the electorate el gobierno está desconectado del electorado I can put them in touch with a good lawyer los puedo poner en contacto con un buen abogado
  • 6 u (in rugby) to kick for touch intentar mandar la pelota fuera del campo de juego to find touch mandar la pelota fuera del campo de juego the ball went into touch la pelota salió por la banda he put a foot in touch puso un pie fuera del campo de juego

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Palabra del día prestado
adj
el vestido no es mío, es prestado = it's not my dress, I borrowed it …
Hecho cultural del día

Churro is a typical Spanish food, consisting of a long thin cylinder of dough, deep-fried in olive oil and often dusted with sugar. Churros are usually eaten with a thick hot drinking chocolate, especially for breakfast.

Hay 2 traducciones de touch en español:

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vt

  • 1 1.1 (with finger, hand) tocar* he touched her hand le tocó la mano please do not touch the exhibits se ruega no tocar 1.2 (brush, graze) rozar*, tocar* she felt the grass touching her face sintió como la hierba le rozaba la cara the clouds were touched with pink [literario/literary] las nubes estaban teñidas de rosa 1.3 (be in physical contact with) tocar* the bed was touching the wall la cama estaba pegada a or tocaba la pared 1.4 (approach) [colloquial/familiar]to touch sb for sth he touched me for $50 me pidió 50 dólares to touch sb for a loan darle* un sablazo or (RPl) pechazo a algn [familiar/colloquial], pedirle* dinero prestado a algn
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    • The yen, meanwhile, held in check by Japan's central bank, can only manage a 41-month high, touching levels last seen in late 2000.
    • From any standard this level is said to be touching the poverty line, but statistics show that despite the government's claims poverty is on the rise.
    • The housing loan, the key component of the advance portfolio, touched the level of Rs 110 crore.
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    • Sasha, a charity worker, is more interested in cosying up to big fish than touching them for their money.
    • So in a fit of sentimentality and with the keen realization that the guy still has a couple hundred grand that you haven't touched him for yet, you name your first born after it.
    • You can touch Evan for the occasional meal or drinks but a million bucks is crossing the line.
  • 2 2.1 (reach) she leaped out as soon as the boat touched the shore saltó del bote en cuanto este llegó a la orilla I can't touch my toes no llego or no alcanzo a tocarme los pies my feet don't touch the bottom (of pool) no hago pie, no toco fondo the speedometer was touching 140mph el velocímetro marcaba 140mph sales touched rock bottom in June las ventas tocaron fondo en junio 2.2 (equal) (usu neg) nobody can touch her in this type of role es inigualable or no tiene rival en este tipo de papel there's nothing to touch milk as a cure for heartburn no hay nada como la leche para la acidez estomacal
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    • There's no one who can touch Noble for flights of nonsensical fancy.
    • Chris [Cormier] can't touch Flex for symmetry and structure, and that's why I expect a lighter and better Wheeler to finish a strong second behind Ronnie.
    • But when it comes to building lovable robots, no-on can touch Sony for cuteness (and no, they're not on sale yet).
  • 3 (usu neg) 3.1 (interfere with) tocar* don't touch anything no toques nada she can't touch the inheritance till she's twenty-one no puede tocar la herencia hasta los veintiún años 3.2 (attend to, deal with) I haven't touched my Japanese for weeks no he tocado un libro de japonés desde hace varias semanas the local garage won't touch foreign cars en el taller del barrio no quieren saber nada de coches extranjeros articles touching every current issue artículos (mpl) concernientes a todo tipo de temas de actualidad 3.3 (eat, drink) probar* he didn't touch his lunch no tocó la comida, no probó bocado she never touches alcohol no prueba el alcohol
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    • The Deep has managed to build up credit worth £2.9m, but because it is a registered charity, does not pay tax, and therefore cannot touch the money.
    • Are we still not touching money today because it's dirty?
    • Since you cannot touch the money until you retire, you no longer have a rainy-day fund, or a down payment for a house.
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    • I hadn't touched the gear handle or flaps after the shot, and, therefore, reasoned the gear and flaps still were down.
    • Nevertheless, these are dangerous animals and should not be touched or interfered with in any way by divers.
    • McLaren were also fined even though the contents of the box were not touched and were legal.
  • 4 4.1 (affect, concern) afectar the nuclear threat touches all of us la amenaza nuclear nos afecta a todos 4.2 (move emotionally) he was touched by her kindness su amabilidad lo enterneció or le llegó al alma I'm very touched ¡cuánto se lo agradezco! I was deeply touched me emocioné
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    • This was a concert for those touched by dispossession and resistance.
    • When one talks about reforms in the Muslim community, none of the important organisations touch these issues.
    • Thanks for a great analysis touching many of the important bases.

vi

  • 1.1 (with finger, hand) tocar* don't touch! ¡no toques! 1.2 (come into physical contact) [hands] rozarse*; [wires] tocarse*
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    • Its majestic branches drooped dramatically, some nearly touching the ground, but all providing a cozy little curtain whenever the crew decided to hang around at its grassy base.
    • She was curled up in a cozy little ball with her arms around her knees, nightshirt trailing beneath her like a ghostly shroud, not quite touching the floor.
    • He was incredibly professional looking, his black and gray robes nearly touching the floor.
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    • They reached, and for one agonising moment they touched fingers…
    • She hands him back his credit card, and their fingers touch for a moment.
    • Their hands touched slightly and Ann pulled back as though she had been burned.
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    • He didn't grip her tightly but barely let his fingers touch her body.
    • A mother who picks up an affected new-born baby suddenly discovers she has left a trail of blisters across its body - just by touching it gently.
    • Stealthily I moved in, until I was so close I could have actually touched the little body that lay motionless in the grass in front of me.

Verbos con partícula

touch at

v + prep + o
[port] hacer* escala en

touch down

v + adv 1.1 [Aerosp] [Aviat] (on land) aterrizar*, tomar tierra; (on sea) acuatizar*, amarizar*, amerizar*; (on moon) alunizar* 1.2 (in rugby) marcar* un ensayo or (Arg) try (al poner el balón en el suelo) 1.1v + o + adv (in rugby) [ball] poner* en el suelo

touch in

v + adv
[Transp] (in London) poner* la tarjeta en el lector amarillo al entrar

touch off

v + o + adv, v + adv + o
[riot/argument] provocar*, hacer* estallar, desencadenar; [mine/firework] hacer* estallar

touch on

v + prep + o
[subject] tocar*, mencionar

touch out

v + adv
[Transp] (in London) poner* la tarjeta en el lector amarillo al salir

touch up

v + o + adv, v + adv + o
1.1 (alter, enhance) [photograph/painting/paintwork] retocar*; [article/essay] arreglar 1.2 (touch sexually) (BrE) [colloquial/familiar], manosear, toquetear, magrear (Esp)

touch upon

v + prep + o
touch on

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Palabra del día prestado
adj
el vestido no es mío, es prestado = it's not my dress, I borrowed it …
Hecho cultural del día

Churro is a typical Spanish food, consisting of a long thin cylinder of dough, deep-fried in olive oil and often dusted with sugar. Churros are usually eaten with a thick hot drinking chocolate, especially for breakfast.