Put you in touch
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to put somebody in touch with: to give a person someone else's contact details
I'll put you in touch with the personnel department. My friend works there so I'll ask her to call you.
- "I have just put in a second call to our Tech Support group, and they assured me that we would be receiving our repaired server very soon."
- "I can put you in touch with Miss Susan Bliss, who can explain the design in further detail."
- "Dr. Badguy : The real purpose of this meeting is to put you in touch with a business acquaintance of mine."
- "Also, I would appreciate it if you or Philip Cheeter could put me in touch with Harold Warbuckle."
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