- touch and go,
- touch base with,
- touch bottom
Origin of toucan
Examples from the Web for toucan
“One day I wore a multicolored dress and someone asked if I was trying to be Toucan Sam,” she said.
It was very different from every species of the toucan that is represented by Edwards, and I believe has never been described.
His ornithological knowledge went no further than to the birds of Bengal; and the toucan is found only in America.The Cliff Climbers|Captain Mayne Reid
It is enough for our present purpose to say that in no particular does it bear any conceivable resemblance to the toucan.Animal Carvings from Mounds of the Mississippi Valley|Henry W. Henshaw
Word Origin for toucan
bright-colored bird of S.America, 1560s, from French toucan (1550s) and Spanish tucan; from Tupi (Brazil) tuka, tukana, probably imitative of its call.