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Slightly mad
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“You have to be a little touched to do my job.”
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Deeply moved emotionally
“I was touched to hear that he finds me engaging.”
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Marked or shaded
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(keen on) Having an attraction to
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Mentally deficient or underdeveloped
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Eccentric
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Feeling excitement or an exciting rush
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Generally recognized to be true
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Deviating from what is considered normal
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To have convinced or manipulated
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To have instigated the curiosity or attention of someone
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Past tense for to come into general physical contact with
“I allowed my hands to touch the plush silken sheets, admiring its softness.”
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Past tense for to come into sensuous, and potentially inappropriate, physical contact with
“He reached out to touch her hand from across the table as their eyes locked.”
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Past tense for to be connected with
“In my dreams, I run hard, but my feet don't quite touch the ground, and so I don't actually move.”
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Past tense for to have an emotional effect on
“His kind words would touch me during my time of grieving.”
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Past tense for to sadden or be saddened by
“Jonny Fairplay's heartbreaking story about the death of his grandmother would touch the other contestants on the island.”
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Past tense for be comparable to in quality or excellence
“Pete's skills were a class above the rest and for many years, no other player could touch him.”
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Past tense for to have an affect or bearing on
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“Does the international jurisprudence touch the problem that we are concerned with?”
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(touch on) Past tense for to make mention
“At some stage, we will need to touch on the topic of our current finances.”
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Past tense for to rise to or attain a given level
“Our profits are growing and will soon touch a new record if trends continue at the current rate.”
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(usually in the negative) Past tense for to attend to or deal with
“This is a highly sensitive matter that I would prefer not to touch for now.”
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(usually in the negative) Past tense for to handle, especially in order to interfere with, alter, or otherwise affect
“Do not touch any of my personal belongings while you're here!”
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(usually in the negative) Past tense for to eat or drink
“Little Bobby refuses to touch his Brussels Sprouts.”
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Past tense for to tarnish with something undesirable
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“Trivial transgressions from his past cannot, and will not, touch his vast body of achievements to date.”
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(dated, slang) Past tense for to obtain money from, usually by borrowing (from a friend)
“All Barry ever does is touch me for money whenever he's in trouble.”
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Past tense for to affect or exert an influence on
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(of a button on a device or machine) Past tense for to press down on
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Past tense for to overcome with glamor or showiness
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Past tense for to touch or come into contact with lightly and typically fleetingly
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Past tense for to search with one's hands and fingers
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Past tense for make or become more tender or loving
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Past tense for permeate or imbue slightly with a feeling or quality
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Past tense for touch or fidget with something in a restless or nervous way
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Past tense for remove
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Past tense for to touch or hit with a quick stroke
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Past tense for to cause mental or emotional discomfort to
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(wash over) Past tense for to fill or overcome (with an emotion)
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Past tense for to kiss someone or something
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Past tense for to cut or divide into parts
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Came into contact
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Past tense for to suffuse with vigor, life, energy, or spirit
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Past tense for to push against gently, especially in order to gain attention or give a signal
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Past tense for to tarnish with something undesirable
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Past tense for come close or be similar to something in quality, nature, or quantity
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Past tense for to control or influence (a person or course of action)
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(conform to) Past tense for to be like or in accordance with
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Past tense for to control or determine
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(come to) Past tense for to arrive at a given place
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Past tense for to be very close to, physically or figuratively
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Past tense for to move lightly and quickly, so as to appear and disappear
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Past tense for to be consistent or in agreement with
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Past tense for be part of, be in proper place
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Past tense for to cause (someone) amusement or pleasure
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Past tense for to meet or come together at an agreed time and place
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Past tense for to create or form a layer over
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Past tense for to obtain (something) for free, particularly by guile or persuasion
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Past tense for to allow to be used by someone temporarily, on condition that it or its equivalent will be returned
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Past tense for to give or add color to
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(amount to) Past tense for to add up to
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Past tense for deal or trade in something, typically illegal
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Past tense for to have an experience of
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