connect with something

connect (with something)

in. [for a batter] to hit a ball. He swung but didn’t connect with the ball.
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But it does connect with something powerful in the national mood.
To look at the audience, sit near them, see and feel them breathing and sweating," he says, "I connect with something other than how smart I can be with the material.
At the end of the day, we are all members of the human race, and modern internet applications are making it possible for us to instantly know and connect with something of interest that may be going on thousands of miles away.
We as a band wanted to connect with something uplifting Creative is what we live to feel and a lot of people are wary about that because it's about genuine and authentic emotions.
She said: "But you have to connect with something you're singing about.
They define their lives with political rallies and women's collectives, desperate to connect with something, anything, that will give meaning to their lives.
Part of it may be escapism, part of it a subconscious quest to connect with something significant in an increasing material world.
It's sometimes difficult to connect with something in the past, but this exhibition helps.
I reach into the pile and connect with something and how I connect with it changes me and what I want, which in turn changes the nature of the pile because now the liner notes are on top and because they're on top, I'm reminded to work on my French (Oeuvres pour piano), which means I leave this little moment a different person.
paddling is a way for me to connect with something that really intrigues me.
But dark skies offer more than the chance to connect with something bigger than ourselves.
It symbolizes the new consciousness to connect with something profound.
You don't mess with it, but you have to give something that works for the next generation and allows the PlayStation kids to connect with something like this as well.
To truly live the gift of my gayness, I need to take a step back from this outer preoccupation to connect with something deeper.