to get in touch

Idiom Definition

Idiom Definition - get in touch

"to get in touch"

to initiate contact or communication


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Idiom Scenario 1

Idiom Definition - get in touch

Two colleagues are talking ...

Colleague 1:  I'm not sure that I understand these plans correctly.

Colleague 2:  Perhaps you should get in touch with the architect.

Colleague 1:  Good idea.  I'll give her a call now.  I haven't talked to her before.  Do you have her number?

Idiom Scenario 2

Idiom Definition - get in touch

Two friends are talking ...

Friend 1:  A whole bunch of shingles blew off my roof last night in the windstorm.

Friend 2:  I suppose you should call a roofer.

Friend 1:  I don't know any roofers. Do you know how I can get in touch with one?

Friend 2:  I have a friend in the business. I'll give you his phone number.

to get in touch - Usage:


to get in touch - Gerund Form:

Getting in touch with potential recruiters is important when you are looking for a job.

to get in touch - Examples:

1)  Communication is key! Make sure your renters can easily get in touch with you.

2)  How do I get in touch with you? - Don't worry, we'll be in touch with you.

3)  If you suspect this may have been the case, get in touch with your local road maintenance crew.

4)  You can get in touch with them at their newly created Twitter account.

5)  If you wish to get in touch you can do so using this form making it clear that your enquiry is directed ...

6)  Last summer I just got in touch with my biological father for the first time; He's a cool guy, ...

7)  He got in touch and we subsequently exchanged a number of emails as he interviewed me about ...

8)  Lisa got in touch with me about the Curtis case, requesting background information on ...

9)  They initially got in touch over Twitter and were introduced in person at a hotel in Manhattan.

10)  One December day she got in touch with me by telephone.

11)  Getting in touch with journalists can seem impossible, especially when every email goes unanswered making one wonder ...

12)  I'd suggest getting in touch with someone in environmental studies, psychology, or another field or occupation that you ...

13)  Ask the hospital people about getting in touch with a social worker.

14)  Thanks for getting in touch with us. At the moment, we don't have any international streaming rights ...

15)  Getting in touch with the video game bigwigs would have necessitated even more time and effort.

16)  What do you do if the interviewer gets in touch to give you their impression of you? First and foremost, be appreciative.

17)  ... the Russian foreign ministry performs an extraordinary U-turn and gets in touch to say I can have a visa.

18)  He never gets in touch, unless I instigate it, even then he keeps it very general and vague.

19)  Mario did admit last night he only gets in touch with hot girls.

20)  I just hope he sees this and gets in touch to let us know he is OK.