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contacts

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcontactscontacts[plural] a situation in which you can communicate easily with a group, country etccontacts with/between We have good contacts with the local community. He goes to great lengths to maintain these contacts. the establishment of diplomatic contacts contact
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good contactsThornton had good contacts as well, and proved very useful in arranging meetings.A coupla years ago, it meant you had good contacts and you used them well.Basham has good contacts and, because of his Fleet Street connections, thinks he has influence.The Firm has good contacts at both organisations.But in the areas where archaeologists and treasure hunters have good contacts, much information can and has been recovered.We have good contacts with the local community.He made good contacts, helpful friends, but he seemed to have helped them, too.
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