in touch

idiom

Definition of in touch 

1 : in a state in which people communicate with each other especially by calling or writing to each other We kept/stayed in touch after college. They keep in touch by e-mail. often + with I'll be in touch with you later this week.I have been trying to get in touch with her all day.

2 : in a state of being aware of what is happening, how certain people feel, etc. usually + with As a professor of biology, it is important to keep/stay in touch with the latest research.She is in touch with the voters and their needs.

3 : in a state of being aware of a particular part of one's character that is not easily noticed usually + with She meditates to get in touch with her inner self.

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