American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- v. To engage in typing or type (a document, for example) without having to look at the keyboard, the fingers having been trained to locate the keys by position.
- v. type without looking at the keyboard
“Plenty of us can touch-type really fast but not on a smooth glass screen. —”
“I can touch-type but was not allowed to because of Force edict; the typist controlled a bottle-neck of bureaucracy and so weilded immense power in proportion to status.”
“Two in five Japanese basically touch-type | 世論 What Japan Thinks”
“It's almost impossible to touch-type without some form of tactical feedback.”
“Until you can touch-type on a touchscreen not even sure how that'd work, I would insist on a physical keyboard.”
“Thomas was also the prime motivation for him to teach himself how to read, how to type (touch-type, no less), and how to search and browse the internet.”
“The man working on it doesn't seem to know how to touch-type.”
“But its 7 screen is a 1024 x 600 touch-type with a swivel that allows the unit to be turned into a tablet PC.”
“I also carry a 2.2-lb. sub-laptop Panasonic R5 that has a keyboard big enough for my average-large fingers to touch-type at around 60 wpm.”
“I never took a typing class, but within a year or so I had pretty much figured out how to touch-type.”
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