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common touch

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcommon touchcommon touchORDINARYthe ability of someone in a position of power or authority to talk to and understand ordinary people – used to show approval He’s made it to the top without losing the common touch. common
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common touchWilson's critics say his handling of the deal shows he has lost his common touch.
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