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タッチ words in Japanese

タッチ is used to mean to physically or symbolically touch or make contact with someone or something. The words in this lesson page are all useful but may not immediately make sense to the native English speaker.

ワンタッチ

one touch; single button press 

この洗濯機(せんたっき)はワンタッチでスタートします。

Translation and Vocabulary


バトンタッチ

passing the baton (in a relay race); baton pass; to pass (responsibility) to the next person  

(つぎ)担当者(たんとうしゃ)にバトンタッチしました。

Translation and Vocabulary


ハイタッチ

high five; high touch 

(いもうと)とハイタッチしました。

Translation and Vocabulary


コメディタッチ

comedic touch; comedic style; humorous; funny; comical 

コメディタッチの映画(えいが)()ました。

Translation and Vocabulary


ブラインドタッチ

touch typing; typing without looking at the keyboard 

ブラインドタッチは、れないうちはミスタッチがおおいです。

Translation and Vocabulary


グータッチ

 fist bump

やった!グータッチ。

Translation and Vocabulary

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