touch with

touch someone or something with something

to bring something into contact with someone or something. Don't touch me with that filthy stick! I touched the snake with a stick to make sure it was dead. Wherever he touched himself with the leaf, his skin blistered.
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References in classic literature ?
The many hours he was not with Ruth he devoted to the "Love-cycle," to reading at home, or to the public reading-rooms, where he got more closely in touch with the magazines of the day and the nature of their policy and content.
5 : a state of contact or communication <It is important to keep in touch with friends.
Clinicians are reporting excellent results in using the therapeutic touch with the elderly to promote sleep, to enhance feelings of well being with the depressed elderly, to decrease blood pressure, to decrease edema, and to facilitate healing.
The company's solutions combine the convenience of touch with the high security of fingerprint-based biometrics for simple and secure access to facilities, equipment and information.
Five-wire resistive touch screens, popular in retail and food service point-of-sale applications, provide the ability to touch with a finger, gloved hand or any stylus.
This begins a new era in touch with 3M innovation and reliability, enhancing the established technology solutions we have to offer," said Terry Jones, director, 3M Touch Systems.
Its solutions keep managers in touch with their enterprise data easily, allowing them to categorize and analyze data so they can act on information immediately.
The integration of 3D Touch with CATIA Version 5 provides a complete solution that will enable designers and engineers to break `through the looking glass' of the computer to create innovative products and streamline the product development process.