touché

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tou·ché

 (to͞o-shā′)
interj.
Used to acknowledge a hit in fencing or a successful criticism or an effective point in argument.

[French, from past participle of toucher, to hit or wound in fencing, from Old French touchier, to touch; see touch.]

touché

(tuːˈʃeɪ)
interj
1. (Fencing) an acknowledgment that a scoring hit has been made in a fencing competition
2. an acknowledgment of the striking home of a remark or the capping of a witticism
[from French, literally: touched]

tou•ché

(tuˈʃeɪ)

interj.
1. (an expression used to indicate a hit or touch in fencing.)
2. (an expression used for acknowledging a telling remark or rejoinder.)
[1920–25; < French: literally, touched]
Translations

touché

[tuːˈʃeɪ] EXCL¡dices bien!

touché

interj (Fencing) → Treffer; (fig inf)eins zu null für dich (inf)

touché

[tuːˈʃeɪ] excltoccato!