make contact with (someone or something)

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make contact with (someone or something)

1. To communicate with someone. Has anyone made contact with Grandma since the storm hit?
2. To touch someone or something. Be careful not to make contact with that plant—it's poison ivy. We have a massive leak because the construction crew made contact with a pipe while drilling in our basement.
3. To engage with an unknown entity for the first time. Do you think we'll ever make contact with intelligent life? The government strictly forbids anyone from making contact with the indigenous tribe.
See also: contact, make
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"She started kicking out at Ms Patterson in the stomach area (and) made contact with her face a couple of times."
She has made contact with her grandmother since her disappearance, but police are urging anyone who knows her whereabouts to call 0151 777 3416
Sharon Donkin was last seen on Wednesday at Fenham Road post office but has not made contact with her family since October 11.
Chrystal Griffin, 19, who disappeared from Cork on February 27, made contact with her parents at the weekend from Scotland.
Insp Ian Whiting said: ``It appears she was struck by a black Vauxhall Nova and rolled into the road in front of a second vehicle, which may or may not have made contact with her.''
A pregnant woman who vanished 48-hours ago with her two young sons has twice made contact with her partner, police said last night.
A PREGNANT woman who vanished 48 hours ago with her two young sons has twice made contact with her partner, police said last night.