English version

be touched with something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe touched with somethingbe touched with somethingliterary to have a small amount of a particular quality His voice was touched with the faintest of Italian accents. Her nails had been manicured and lightly touched with colour. touch
Examples from the Corpus
be touched with somethingShort & Curly were touched with genius but split up when double acts went out of vogue.He had aged: his hair was touched with grey, and his face was haggard.
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