Other persons better thinking just verbally slapped you. Used sarcastically to indicate that one is unable to argue against another's absurd logic, or a witty point.
Bart: I want to go with you, Dad.
Homer: Don’t you have school?
Bart: Don’t you have work?
Homer: Ah, Touché.
by anailuJ October 4, 2006
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French word used in fencing. Commonly used today to recognize the other side's good argument or comeback.

Roughly translates to 'Oh shit, I didn't think of that'
Guy 1: You know Mountain Dew shrinks your balls.
Guy 2: At least I HAVE balls.
Guy 1: ... Touché.
by Teh Samhain February 19, 2010
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A word derived from French that is used most-commonly when someone makes a particularly good point in an arguement and leaves the opponent (the touché sayer) speechless or at a loss for words.
-If incest is a sin then what the fuck does that make Adam and Eve?

by Adam "Tr0n" March 9, 2005
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If one person presents an argument and another delivers a clever or appropriate response, the first person may respond with "touché" as a way of acknowledging a good response.
When I was at the strip club the other night:

Stripper: Someones face got a little close to my ass...

Me: Someones ass got a little close to my face!

Stripper: touché.
by Rocco of Melbourne July 22, 2009
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When u say something to someone and they have no reply back for it.
Joe: Hey dude i fucked your girlfriend
Bill: Hey dude i fucked ya mum
Joe: Ah Touché
by Smokey McPatterson May 19, 2005
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A word Derived from france origionally used in sword fighting meaning "Good Parry" Which is now more commonly used as a word meaning "good Comeback" or "Well Returned"
Subject 1: I fucked your mom
Subject 2: I fucked your Dad
Subject 1: I fucked your sister
Subject 2: I fucked your sister mother and father simultaniously while your dog licked my ass
Subject 1: Touché sir Touché
by Ashphamy November 24, 2008
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Used to acknowledge a successful criticism or an effective point in argument.
-You should quit now.
-I think I'll take my chances in the tournament.
-Yeah, you will take your chances.
-That's what I just said.
-That's what I'm saying to you.
-Okay, I'm not sure where you're trying to go with this.
-Well, I'm not sure where you're going with this.
-All right...
by max June 23, 2004
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