What is the difference in meaningwise between the two?

  1. A finishing touch.
  2. A finish touch.

You give a finishing touch to your job.

  • "2. A finish touch." needs context. This not a normal usage.
    – user3169
    Commented Jun 24, 2015 at 22:08

1 Answer 1


A "finishing touch" is a last bit of detail, usually to some kind of creation. "Finish touch" is not a phrase commonly used in English.

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