English version

a touch disappointed/faster/impatient etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisha touch disappointed/faster/impatient etca touch disappointed/faster/impatient etcLITTLE/NOT VERYslightly disappointed, faster etc He sounded a touch upset when I spoke to him on the phone. touch
Examples from the Corpus
a touch disappointed/faster/impatient etcHe was fond of the man who fretted beside him, and a touch impatient with him too.
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