put (one) in touch with (someone or something)(redirected from put one in touch with)
put (one) in touch with (someone or something)
To help or arrange for one to meet or communicate with some person, group, company, organization, etc. My professor put me in touch with a company looking for talented graduates in the field of robotics. I can put you in touch with a guy who shuttles people back and forth across the border.
put someone in touch with someone or something
to cause or help someone to communicate with someone or something. Can you put me in touch with Liz? Would you please put me in touch with the main office?