Definition of one-touch in English:

one-touch

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adjective

1(Of an electrical device or facility) able to be operated simply at or as though at the touch of a button: our phones offer one-touch dialling of emergency numbers
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  • Dyson engineers also focused on designing a dustbin that would empty easily and hygienically, so the Telescope features a new one-touch trigger action that lets the user empty the bin without fuss or mess.
  • The 35306 has a one-touch pump providing for one-handed operation and eliminates spraying and splashing.
  • The MX Duo also has a full-featured keyboard, complete with the additional F function keys and many one-touch buttons.
2 Soccer Denoting fast-moving play in which players manage to control and pass the ball with the first touch of the foot: a confident victory full of irresistible one-touch football
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  • They like to play the game with one-touch, two-touch passing football, the way it should be played.
  • Switzerland work the ball forward with some cute one-touch football, but the crucial touches are letting them down and the crowded French midfield can tidy up with ease.
  • The goal was the result of an excellent one-touch play involving four players.

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