in touch with


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*in touch with someone or something

 
1. Fig. in communication with someone or a group. (*Typically: be ~; get ~.) Are you in touch with your brother, or have you two grown apart? I am in touch with the person whom you asked about.
2. Fig. sympathetic or sensitive to someone or something; having good contact or rapport with someone or something. (*Typically: be ~; get ~.) We talk to each other, but we're not really in touch with each other.
See also: touch
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She encourages affection, spirituality and putting children in touch with the history of their families and ancestors.
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