Touch+in+passing

  • 1 Touch football (American) — Touch football is a version of American football originally developed by the U.S. Navy in the 1940s in which the players tackle the individual carrying the ball only by touching him with one or two hands, based on whether one is playing the one… …

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  • 2 touch — [tuch] vt. [ME touchen < OFr tochier (Fr toucher) < VL * toccare < * tok, light blow, of echoic orig.] 1. to put the hand, the finger, or some other part of the body on, so as to feel; perceive by the sense of feeling 2. to bring into… …

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  • 3 touch — (touchdown) tÊŒtʃ six points obtained in American football by passing into the area of the rival while holding the football tÊŒtʃ n. contact; sense of touch; hit; bit, small amount v. make contact with, feel …

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  • 4 touch on — ouch on, v. t. To mention briefly, or in passing. [PJC] …

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  • 5 Touch Gold — Thoroughbred racehorse infobox horsename = Touch Gold caption = sire = Deputy Minister grandsire = Vice Regent dam = Passing Mood damsire = Buckpasser sex = Stallion foaled = 1994 country = United States flagicon|USA colour = Bay breeder =… …

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  • 6 Passing (racial identity) — Examples US civil rights leader Walter Francis White (who was blond haired, blue eyed, and very pale skinned), the chief executive of the NAACP from 1929 until his death in 1955, was of mixed race and mostly white ancestry. Five of his great… …

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  • 7 touch — v. & n. v. 1 tr. come into or be in physical contact with (another thing) at one or more points. 2 tr. (often foll. by with) bring the hand etc. into contact with (touched her arm). 3 a intr. (of two things etc.) be in or come into contact with… …

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  • 8 touch — touchable, adj. touchableness, touchability, n. toucher, n. touchless, adj. /tuch/, v.t. 1. to put the hand, finger, etc., on or into contact with (something) to feel it: He touched the iron cautiously. 2. to come into contact with and perceive ( …

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  • 9 touch — I. verb Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French tucher, tuchier, from Vulgar Latin *toccare to knock, strike a bell, touch, probably of imitative origin Date: 14th century transitive verb 1. to bring a bodily part into contact with… …

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  • 10 touch — v 1. feel, finger, thumb, palm; hold, pick up, handle, manipulate, twiddle, trifle with, play with; palpate, poke around in; examine or investigate or study with the hands, stroke, caress, pet, fondle, paw, Sl. feel up, Yiddish. glet; massage,… …

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  • 11 touch on — (also touch upon) Mention or treat of (slightly), glance at, speak of in passing, allude to …

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  • 12 touch — I. v. a. 1. Hit (lightly), strike against. 2. Perceive by the sense of feeling. 3. Meet, be contiguous to, abut on. 4. Graze, come in contact with (in passing over). 5. Reach, come to, arrive at, attain to. 6. Delineate ( …

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  • 13 One touch (football) — Passing or shooting the ball with one touch rather than trapping or dribbling the ball first. Often an effective tactic for quick shots from passes or crosses, flick passes or for give and go passes.One or two touch scrimmages or drills are also… …

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  • 14 One touch (association football) — Passing or shooting the ball with one touch rather than trapping or dribbling the ball first. Often an effective tactic for quick shots from passes or crosses, flick passes or for give and go passes. One or two touch scrimmages or drills are also …

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  • 15 The Bad Touch — Single by Bloodhound Gang from the album Hooray for Boobies Rele …

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  • 16 therapeutic touch — noun Date: 1977 a technique in alternative medicine that involves passing the hands over the body of the person being treated and that is held to induce relaxation, reduce pain, and promote healing …

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  • 17 brush — vb Brush, graze, glance, shave, skim are comparable when they mean to touch lightly in passing. Brush implies a movement like the flick of a brush upon a surface: sometimes it suggests no more than an almost impalpable touching, but sometimes it… …

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  • 18 graze — I. v. n. 1. Eat grass, feed upon grass. 2. Touch in passing, rub slightly together. II. v. a. 1. Feed with grass, pasture. 2. Feed upon, eat grass from. 3. Shave, scrape, skim, touch lightly (in passing over) …

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  • 19 Brush — Brush, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Brushed} (br[u^]sht); p. pr. & vb. n. {Brushing}.] [OE. bruschen; cf. F. brosser. See {Brush}, n.] 1. To apply a brush to, according to its particular use; to rub, smooth, clean, paint, etc., with a brush. A brushes… …

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  • 20 Brushed — Brush Brush, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Brushed} (br[u^]sht); p. pr. & vb. n. {Brushing}.] [OE. bruschen; cf. F. brosser. See {Brush}, n.] 1. To apply a brush to, according to its particular use; to rub, smooth, clean, paint, etc., with a brush. A… …

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