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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We are appealing for information regarding the break-ins and also request any hairdressors or hair salons being offered discounted equipment should get in touch with us."
She encourages affection, spirituality and putting children in touch with the history of their families and ancestors.
Hotels, airlines, even convention and visitors bureaus are creating special packages and promotions to target the black business traveler to get to your destination, from booking flights and making room reservations on the Internet to working on the road and keeping in touch with the office.
Northumbria Police's Neighbourhood Inspector for the area, Karen Murray said: "We're carrying out enquiries into these burglaries and would ask anyone who saw suspicious activity in the area or who has information about those responsible to get in touch with police.
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"We're carrying out additional patrols to prevent offences from taking place and I'd ask anyone who sees any suspicious or unusual activity in their neighbourhood or who has information to get in touch with us."