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be out of touch

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe out of touchbe out of toucha) (also lose touch (with something)) to not have the latest knowledge about a subject, situation, or the way people feelbe out of touch with I’m out of touch with modern medicine. The party cannot afford to lose touch with political reality. b) to not know much about modern life Judges are often accused of being out of touch. touch
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be out of touchI don't know what kind of music kids listen to these days -- I'm really out of touch.The press accused MacGregor of being out of touch with the campaign he was supposed to be running.If the average middle class white schoolchild is out of touch with the literary standard, the minority child is doubly so.
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