any contribution someone gives to make something more personal, as a gift
As a refugee from Hungary in 1956, Sebestyen brings a personal touch to these historic moments.
Each Som Tam vendor makes the salad with a personal touch (and ratio of ingredients), so you rarely eat the same dish twice.
Romney, by contrast, gave a smooth but workmanlike speech that barely contained a personal touch.
Indeed, her personal touch is needed nowhere so much as here, since she can stamp her decorations with her individuality.
It was a personal touch, not an outcome of his immense pride.
In the one of our branches that is most used by organizations there is this personal touch.
The countryman is the man who has the personal touch with his environment.
It seemed to be just the work she had hoped for from the beginningcoming in personal touch with the wounded.
While she was in London that personal touch could be established with clients by dozens.
Everything was lovely, everything was there except that personal touch which means so much even to the littlest girl.