be in touch with (something)

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be in touch with (something)

To be sensitive to or aware of something. Joe is really in touch with his emotions—he has no problem talking about how he feels.
See also: touch
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If we can come off the pitch at Southend next Saturday and still be in touch with the top six, then we have four of our last six games at home and that is where everyone has to play their part."
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....