Bu bir dokunmatik ekran, onun üzerinde görüntülenen kontrolleri çalıştırmak için parmaklarını kullanabilirsin. - This is a touchscreen, so you can use your fingers to operate the controls which are displayed on it.
Görme engelli insanlar Braille denilen kabartılmış noktalardan oluşan bir sistem kullanarak, dokunarak okurlar. - Blind people read by touching, using a system of raised dots called Braille.
Otomatik kapıların kesin bir avantajı, insanlar kapı kollarına dokunarak bulaşıcı hastalıklarını yayamayacaklarıdır. - A definite advantage of automatic doors is that people can't spread their contagious diseases by touching door handles.
Kolumu bırak! İnsanların bana dokunmasına katlanamıyorum. - Let go of my arm! I can't stand people touching me.
Cümleler kelimelere içerik getirir. Cümlelerin kişilikleri vardır. Onlar komik, akıllı, aptal, anlayışlı, dokunaklı, incitici olabilirler. - Sentences bring context to the words. Sentences have personalities. They can be funny, smart, silly, insightful, touching, hurtful.
If you get in touch with someone, you contact them by writing to them or telephoning them. If you are, keep, or stay in touch with them, you write, phone, or visit each other regularly. The organisation would be in touch with him tomorrow
To compare with; of be equal to; usually with a negative; as, he held that for good cheer nothing could touch an open fire
to extend as far as; "The sunlight reached the wall"; "Can he reach?" "The chair must not touch the wall"
emphasis You say that you never touch something or that you have not touched something for a long time to emphasize that you never use it, or you have not used it for a long time. He doesn't drink much and doesn't touch drugs
vagueness You can use a touch to mean slightly or to a small extent, especially in order to make something you say seem less extreme. For example, if you say that something is a touch expensive, you might really think that it is very expensive. We were all a touch uneasy, I think I found it a touch distasteful. = a bit see also touching
Your sense of touch is your ability to tell what something is like when you feel it with your hands. The evidence suggests that our sense of touch is programmed to diminish with age
This is a spell Range Spells cast at Touch range are cast upon something that the magus is touching This has the same difficulty as casting at Eye range, but is a different range (A formulaic spell will have one or other range; not a choice )
deal with; usually used with a form of negation; "I wouldn't touch her with a ten-foot pole"; "The local Mafia won't touch gambling
If something is touched with a particular quality, it has a certain amount of that quality. His crinkly hair was touched with grey The boy was touched with genius
The act of the hand on a musical instrument; bence, in the plural, musical notes
If you touch something, you put your hand onto it in order to feel it or to make contact with it. Her tiny hands gently touched my face The virus is not passed on through touching or shaking hands. Touch is also a noun. Sometimes even a light touch on the face is enough to trigger off this pain
If you say that something is touch and go, you mean that you are uncertain whether it will happen or succeed. It was touch and go whether we'd go bankrupt
touch was used to indicate a standard of fineness of a gold or silver object The term comes from the use of a Touchstone, a black jasper or flinty slate used to test gold and silver The term was later applied to the marks struck on the item by the Assay Master
To make physical contact with; to bring the hand, finger or other part of the body into contact with
H5060 naga', naw-gah'; a prim root; prop to touch, i e lay the hand upon (for any purpose; euphem , to lie with a woman); by impl to reach (fig to arrive, acquire); violently, to strike (punish, defeat, destroy, etc ): --beat, (X be able to) bring (down), cast, come (nigh), draw near (nigh), get up, happen, join, near, plague, reach (up), smite, strike, touch
You use at the touch of in expressions such as at the touch of a button and at the touch of a key to indicate that something is possible by simply touching a switch or one of the keys of a keyboard. Staff will be able to trace calls at the touch of a button
A player with an aptitude for playing short, delicate shots around the green has a deft touch He is a touch player Touch shots don't require strength, but call for a certain feel for how the ball will react when struck and when it lands on the green Seve Ballesteros is one example of a great touch player Unfortunately for Seve, he can no longer hit the planet with a tee shot, so his great touch does him little good
the event of something coming in contact with the body; "he longed for the touch of her hand"; "the cooling touch of the night air"
a communicative interaction; "the pilot made contact with the base"; "he got in touch with his colleagues"
emphasis If you say that you did not touch someone or something, you are emphasizing that you did not attack, harm or destroy them, especially when you have been accused of doing so. Pearce remained adamant, saying `I didn't touch him' I was in the garden. I never touched the sandwiches
If something touches you, it affects you in some way for a short time. a guilt that in some sense touches everyone
To make a remark or perform a deed which produces a strong response, especially an emotional response such as anxiety or annoyance, because it calls to mind something which has been a source of concern or embarrassment
The president's supporters . . . are trying to exert greater control over universities, touching a nerve among an increasingly defiant student movement.
A maneuver that is common when learning to fly an airplane, involving landing on a runway and then taking off again without coming to a complete stop. Repetitions of this maneuver by circling the airport allow many landings to be practiced in a relatively short time
A technique of using the keyboard of a computer or typewriter in which the typist operates the keys without needing to look at the keyboard, knowing by heart the keys being allocated to each finger and the space bar to the thumb
A variety of football in which the advancement of the ball is stopped by touching rather than tackling the ball carrier. a type of American football in which you touch the person with the ball instead of tackling them
Control pad for programming various water actions and features found on KOHLER BodySpa personal hydro-massage systems With the touch of a button, the force of the water flow on the BodySpa can be adjusted from a gentle stream to an ultra-intense rush
A small, touch-sensitive pad used as a pointing device on some portable computers By moving a finger or other object along the pad, you can move the pointer on the display screen And you click by tapping the pad
A lot of laptop computers use a touch pad instead of a mouse It is a square on your laptop keyboard that is sensitive to touch, tapping your finger on the touch pad is equivalent to clicking your mouse
If someone lights the touch paper or lights the blue touch paper, they do something which causes anger or excitement. This kind of remark is guaranteed to light the blue touch paper with some Labour politicians
A computer display which has a grid of infra-red transmitters and receivers, positioned on either side of the screen, and which is used to control a cursor position When you want to make a selection or to move the cursor, you point to the screen, breaking two of the beams, which gives the exact position of your finger
A type of display screen that has a touch-sensitive transparent panel covering the screen Instead of using a pointing device such as a mouse or light pen, you can use your finger to point directly to objects on the screen
Sensing device, sometimes used with the robot's hand or gripper, which I senses physical contact with an object, thus giving the robot an artificial sense of touch The sensors respond to contact forces that arise between themselves and solid objects See Tactile Sensor
prostrate or semi-erect subshrub of tropical America, and Australia; heavily armed with recurved thorns and having sensitive soft gray-green leaflets that fold and droop at night or when touched or cooled
Either of two North American impatiens, also known as jewelweed or snapweed, growing in moist areas. Impatiens capensis, also called I. biflora, typically has crimson-spotted orange flowers; I. pallida has yellow to white flowers, sometimes spotted with brownish-red. They are common weeds native to extensive regions of eastern North America. Their juice is said to be a remedy for poison-ivy rashes
[ t&ch ] (verb.) 14th century. From Middle English touchen, tochen, from Old French tochier (“to touch”) (modern French toucher; compare French doublet toquer (“to offend, bother, harass”)), from Vulgar Latin *toccāre (“to knock, strike, offend”), from Frankish *tokkōn, *tukkōn (“to knock, strike, touch”), from Proto-Germanic *tukkōnan, *tukkijanan (“to jerk, knock, strike, offend”), from Proto-Indo-European *deuk- (“to draw, pull, lead”). Influenced by similar forms from Proto-Germanic *tūkanan (“to touch”) and Proto-Germanic *tēkanan (“to touch, grasp”). Cognate with Old High German zochhōn (“to grasp, seize”), Old Dutch tocken, tucken (“to touch, entice”), Old English tucian, tūcian (“to mistreat, disturb”). Compare also Gothic
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