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one-touch British & World English

(Of an electrical device or facility) able to be operated simply at or as though at the touch of a button

touch someone up in touch British & World English

Caress someone without their consent, for one’s own sexual pleasure

a light touch in light2 British & World English

The ability to deal with something tactfully or in an understated way

touch one's forelock in forelock British & World English

Raise a hand to one’s forehead in deference when meeting a person of higher social rank

touch one's forelock British & World English

Raise a hand to one’s forehead in deference when meeting a person of higher social rank

touch someone on the raw in raw British & World English

Upset someone by referring to a subject about which they are extremely sensitive

touch someone for in touch British & World English

Ask someone for (money or some other commodity) as a loan or gift

touch someone up British & World English

Caress someone without their consent, for one’s own sexual pleasure

touch British & World English

An ability to deal with something successfully

a light touch British & World English

The ability to deal with something tactfully or in an understated way

touch someone on the raw British & World English

Upset someone by referring to a subject about which they are extremely sensitive

to touch o tug one's forelock to sb in forelock English-Spanish

saludar a algn con una reverencia, inclinarse ante algn

she can't touch the inheritance till she's twenty-one in touch English-Spanish

no puede tocar la herencia hasta los veintiún años