1. Get in touch (with someone): To initiate or establish contact or communication with someone.
E. g. I tried getting in touch with you yesterday, but the office said you were out sick.
2. Lose one's touch: No longer be able to do or handle something skillfully.
E. g. It seems like Jack's lost his touch with skiing.
3. Keep in touch: to continue to talk to or write to someone.
E. g. I've always been trying to keep in touch with schoolmates.
4. Out of touch: Not in contact or communicating any longer; not aware of the news or status of someone or something.
E. g. John and I have been out of touch since high school, so I really have no idea what he's up to these days.
5. Soft touch: a person who readily gives or does something if asked.
E. g. Sam is a soft touch. We can always persuade her to baby sit for us.
6. Touch base: briefly make or renew contact with someone.
E. g. They are travelling back to New York, where they plan to touch base with relatives.
7. Finishing touch: a final detail or action completing and enhancing a piece of work.
E. g. Now they're putting the finishing touches to a new album.
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