when one has been defeated, and has nothing to say, add, or do.
you defeat someone in fencing. they lost. they'll say "touche".
hollow man: you're ugly
person: atleast i "have" something to look at
hollow man: touche
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
1)A: You only think that because that what you raised to believe
B: Maybe, or maybe you only think THAt because that's what YOU were raised to believe.
2)A: Why can't you put the toilet down?
B: Why can't you get a job and stop flirting with other guys?
3)Touche. You got me. That's another point for you.
1. a comeback line so good, it can't be topped
2. a point so good it can't be disproved/topped
Tourist: Does this train stop at Cortland Street?
Nun: Yes, it does.
Guy: No, it doesn't. The station is closed.
Nun: I've been riding this train over 20 years. It stops at Cortland Street.
Guy, as train passes Cortland Street station: Lady, you may know Jesus, but I know the subways.
Expression conceding defeat when knocked-back by a brilliant riposte.
Man (to Dr Johnson): You smell.
Dr Johnson: Sir: I smell, you stink.
French word for touch. Pronounced Touch-e. Originated in fencing, when one person scored a point by "touch"ing the opponent.
Touche (while fencing, the sword or eppez has "touched" the opponent thus resulting in a point.)
when something that has already been said can be applied a second time
Can be used as a synonym for ditto
Sherlocke: This has me stumped my dear Watson
A Northern English expression meaning "How Embarrasing"
A derogatory term for someone who is both a tool and a douche.
Did you see Randy playing his acoustic guitar with roses on it? God, what a touche.