English version

personal touch

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpersonal touchpersonal touchBETTERsomething you do to make something special, or that makes someone feel special It’s those extra personal touches that make our service better. personal
Examples from the Corpus
personal touchBut other customers prefer to write the messages themselves, for more of a personal touch.I think people appreciate that personal touch.To be successful the hotel will provide a friendly atmosphere, good service and the personal touch.Reagan resorted to the personal touch as a matter of instinct and long practice.Steve, a believer in the personal touch, made their day by laying on their favourite drink, chilled Guinness.Despite the tight squeeze, the office has graced Borrego Springs with a personal touch over the decades.At this stage we are concerned with the personal touch; self-completed questionnaires will be dealt with later.Family photos and a clock that tells time backward add a personal touch to the sterile academic atmosphere.
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