English version

get in touch with something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishget in touch with somethingget in touch with somethingespecially American English to realize and understand something such as your feelings and attitudes The first stage is to get in touch with your perceptions and accept responsibility for your relationships. touch
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get in touch with somethingInsurance companies can get in touch with the site and negotiate a price for their return.No-one could get in touch with you.Is that getting in touch with nature?Then get in touch with me.I'm finally able to get in touch with who I am.HomePro.com HomePro aims to make it easier for homeowners to get in touch with true trade professionals.Be still for a moment to get in touch with your own breathing.He tried to get in touch with Spider.He thought that we get in touch with the world and others through meaningful work.
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