put (one) in touch with (someone or something)

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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.
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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?
See also: put, touch
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

put somebody in ˈtouch with somebody/something

arrange for somebody to contact, meet, etc. a person or an organization that you already know: He put me in touch with the British Council in Paris.
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