Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Touche"

The meaning of "Touche" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa touche?
A: touche means “touch” in french. It is also a term from fencing, where the fighter lightly “touches” the opponent with the tip of the foil (fencing sword). People sometimes say “touche!” in a conversation to mean someone has said something clever. I think it is like winning a point in an argument.
Q: O que significa What does 'touche' mean and how do you use it in a sentence? please,help me understand it in a simple way. ?
A: touché
Two people have swords. They are sword fighting. One person hits the other person with their sword, and says 'touché'.
'Touché' means: I got you, I hit you with my sword.

Two people are arguing. One person says something very clever, and wins the argument. The other person says 'touché'.
'Touché' means: you got me, you win the argument.
Q: O que significa touche?
A: Kinda like "Good point".
Q: O que significa touche?
A: it roughly translates to a playful way of saying someone "got even with you"

person#1: "i might be bad at english but not as bad as you!"
person#2:"haha touche"

hope this helps!
Q: O que significa touche!?
A: an expression borrowed from French used
1)to admit that an opponent in an argument has made a good point
2)when someone has said a good comeback line
3)to concede a point to an opponent when fencing

Example sentences using "Touche"

Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com touche.
A: Touché comes from French, but it’s a common phrase/saying in the US.

It means that the person saying it realizes/acknowledges the argument made by another person. Generally in a funny/teasing or friendly manner.

For example:
Person A: I hate your pants.
Person B: You have the same pair!
Person A: Touché.
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com touche.
A: It can only be used in a conversation, when "person A" makes a point, and "person B" makes an equally good point. "Person A" realizes they're both right, and says "Touché..."

You can replace it with "I guess you're right."

A: "I hate buying drinks for my co-workers. It sucks!"
B: "But that's how you got to know your wife."

A: "All my daughter ever does is work. I barely get to see her!"
B: "Well, if she didn't work hard, you'd be just as upset"
A: "Touché..."

A:"I can't stand people who smoke."
B: "Doesn't your best friend smoke?"
A: "Ah.. Touché."

Translations of "Touche"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? touche mes fesses
A: Touch my butt
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? touche
- used as an acknowledgment during a discussion of a good or clever point made at one's expense by another person.
"“You haven't contributed much, this evening.” “How could I have?” “Touché. I do go on.””
2. (in fencing) used as an acknowledgment of a hit by one's opponent.

Touché is a french word
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? ça me touche beaucoup
A: It touches me deeply

Other questions about "Touche"

Q: what does 'touche' mean? and can anyone give some example sentences on how to use this word.
A: It comes from the sport of fencing. So anytime you can defend and then counterattack (almost always in some discussion), it is a 'touche' (pronounced too-SHAY).
Ex: When the college professor realized his student had properly corrected him, he gave him credit by jokingly saying, “Touché.”
Q: I said "touche" to a kid but he didnt seem to understand. I thought that French(i mean, loan word from France) would be used nationwidely in the US like bon appetit

is there many English speakers who dont know what it stands for?
A: I think most Americans would understand touche. Was this verbally, or in writing? Also, what did he say before you said touche? I might say "touche" after someone has made a good point about something, kind of like, "you're right" or "that's true", "that's a good point".
Q: "touche" or "toushe" soa natural?
A: "Touché" is the correct word to use, which means that someone is very sensitive.

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