Definition of no-touch in English:

no-touch

adjective

Medicine
  • Originally: designating any technique in which a surgical site, wound, etc., is touched by sterilized instruments or dressings rather than the hands (especially for procedures performed outside an operating theatre). Later also: designating any technique in which a lesion, tissue, etc., is not touched directly by instruments or the hands.

Origin

1940s. From no + touch.

Pronunciation

no-touch

/ˌnəʊˈtʌtʃ/