Translation of touch-type in Spanish:

touch-type

Pronunciation /ˈtətʃ ˌtaɪp//ˈtʌtʃtʌɪp/

intransitive verb

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    escribir a máquina al tacto
    mecanografiar al tacto
    • Later on, she taught me five-finger touch-typing, for which I am every day grateful.
    • Mr Morley's varied career continued when in 1941 he was posted to Egypt, where he was taught to touch-type in a converted bus and then posted to Heliopolis, where he was part of a team handling vital war correspondence.
    • After meeting face-to-face, a trail of text messages continues the conversation as friends disperse in trains, buses and on foot, nimble thumbs touch-typing on numeric keypads.
    • It enables you to assign keywords to commonly-used blocks of text, allowing you to type at amazing speed, without worrying about touch-typing or typos.
    • Unless you have very small hands, you will also struggle to touch-type because of the closely spaced, flimsy-looking keys.
    • OK, this will be an experiment to see how good I am at touch-typing.
    • I just recently explained why I can't touch-type.
    • Based on an algorithm, it determines the minimum distance that one's fingers need to travel while touch-typing a typical English text.
    • Despite being forced to learn Typing in high school for three years, I can't touch-type.
    • All the keys were covered and there was a poster of the keyboard on the blackboard so we could learn to touch-type.
    • Going from touch-typing to… touching can be a big step.
    • Oliver Letwin, the Shadow Home Secretary, said teaching officers to touch-type would be a valuable weapon in the fight against lawlessness and disorder.
    • This led her to buy a computer on which to learn to touch-type but instead she began creative writing.
    • I think it's developed as I used to touch-type, then developed a right-hand style which only uses 3 fingers when I had a trapped nerve problem.
    • All of which is to say, yes, J.H., we should be circumspect about any relationship in which the main activity on the first date is touch-typing.
    • After two failed attempts to teach myself to touch-type on another machine, investing in my own obliged me to get serious and stick with the exercises for a month until I had disciplined my fingers to find the keys without looking.
    • I want to be able to touch-type, and these new machines are too small for this.
    • It's not as if the world has been overrun with people who have evolved long, spindly, super-springy fingers to touch-type on traditional keyboards, after all.
    • I already knew how to touch-type - first step, I thought, to becoming a writer - and I persuaded my employers to let me learn to use their Compugraphic photo-setting equipment.
    • He has large-print books and is being taught to touch-type.