Be in touch

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to be in touch: to be in contact, to correspond with
Are you still in touch with Maria, because I haven't seen her in a long time?

to get in touch: to contact, to correspond with, to call or write sbdy
Polly will get in touch with you next week to set up a meeting.

to stay, to keep in touch: to maintain contact/correspondence
Let's try to stay in touch this summer.


  • "Anyway, get in touch if you want the spare ticket!"
  • "I will be in touch."
  • "No longer is the web 'just' a research tool, a means to keep in touch via e-mail or a source of easily-plagiarized material for lazy students."
  • "I'll get in touch with our Accounts Department and get them to send it to you right away."
  • "Please get in touch with me as soon as possible, or better yet fax the contract (signed in duplicate) to my office."
  • "I'll get in touch with you as soon as I can."
  • "If ever you become one, please don't hesitate to get in touch."
  • "Out here you can get in touch with the great outdoors: hunting, fishing, swimming in the lake, and lounging in the outdoor Jacuzzi."
  • "If you remember anything else, get in touch with Brian."
  • "Giuseppe knows how to get in touch with me if absolutely necessary."

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