What does TOUCHÉ mean?

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Touché is a French word widely used in English when acknowledging that someone else has won a point in an argument, usually because they said something witty. It’s like saying “You’re right. You win.”

  • You don’t know anything about women. You’re too young.
  • And how much do you think you know? You may be older, but you’re still afraid to ask Linda out on a date.
  • Touché.


  • How could you forget to pack your toothbrush?
  • At least I didn’t forget my passport like you did, last summer.
  • Touché.

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