lose your touch

lose your touch

If you lose your touch, you become less skillful at doing something. Despite thirteen years in the job, she has not lost her touch.
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lose your touch

not show your customary skill.
1991 Times The guv'nor is a former pork butcher who has clearly not lost his touch.
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lose your ˈtouch

lose the skill or ability to do something which you used to do very well: I don’t know what’s happened to her playing. She seems to have lost her touch.He’s not as good a salesman as he used to be. He’s losing his touch.
See also: lose, touch