be in touch

be in touch

To communicate with someone. The recruiter said that he'll be in touch about the job next week. You're still in touch with Cara, right? How is she these days?
See also: touch

be, etc. in/out of ˈtouch (with something)

have/not have recent knowledge or news of something, and so fully/not fully understand it: I try to keep in touch with what’s happening by reading the newspapers.Our politicians are old and out of touch (= unaware of people’s real feelings).
See also: of, out, touch
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We must always be in touch with that human element -- sometimes very fragile--and we must make on-the-spot decisions how to react to each individual client and what their needs might be on any given day.