to keep in touch

Idiom Definition 1

Idiom Definition - keep in touch

"to keep in touch"

to maintain communication


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Idiom Definition 2

Idiom Definition - keep in touch

"to keep in touch"

used as a method of ending a conversation and sometimes implies that communication will not be maintained (context)


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Idiom Scenario 1

Idiom Definition - keep in touch

Two colleagues are talking ...

Colleague 1:  We need to find an effective method of maintaining communication with our customers.

Colleague 2:  We could use social media or run contests.

Colleague 1:  Perhaps social media combined with regular emails is the way we should keep in touch with our customers.

Idiom Scenario 2

Idiom Definition - keep in touch

Two conference attendees are chatting ...

Attendee 1:  Well, that was an interesting conference.

Attendee 2:  It was very informative and it was nice to meet you.

Attendee 1:  Sure, me too. Let's keep in touch.

Attendee 2:  OK. Bye.

to keep in touch - Usage:


Usage Frequency Index:   6,417   click for frequency by country

to keep in touch - Gerund Form:

Keeping in touch with your best friend when they move away is difficult.

to keep in touch - Examples:

1)  Graduates also use Facebook to keep in touch, often using the Groups tool to invite former roommates and friends to upcoming events.

2)  ... with this is to track the changing dynamics of the industry and to keep in touch with its pulse, because quite frankly there are some segments of the industry where ...

3)  It can be a good idea to keep in touch with a parent you see less often because of distance.

4)  ... for the regular afternoon teas. He was the only intern not to keep in touch with the coordinator when the program ended.

5)  ... substitute as a host on a popular conservative talk show in order to keep in touch with the Massachusetts public.

6)  Oh my god, really!? How will we keep in touch with you. Do they have internet there?

7)  How do you keep in touch with your kids' foster parents if you don't have a phone?

8)  Met a few families out there who were going to keep in touch with.

9)  Keep in touch and take care.

10)  And as part of the primary effort, I'd like to keep in touch with his district office, to let him know we're here, what issues ...

11)  Molly has been really great about keeping in touch with several of us from the original group.

12)  In addition to keeping in touch with your former colleagues, stay connected to the company.

13)  I miss her terribly, but we are keeping in touch daily and I am eternally grateful for the modern technology that allows her to text ...

14)  The problem with him is, he's so bad at keeping in touch. For a while he'll be in touch often and then he'll disappear.

15)  I've been really busy keeping in touch with a lot of student organizations -- I've been able to hear about not ...

16)  If you're working with a recruiter, make sure he or she keeps in touch with the company, to monitor your progress.

17)  Base Stations Each mobile phone keeps in touch with a tower called a base station. 

18)  A good vet keeps in touch with their community, talking to clients and other pet related professionals and hobbyists.

19)  Hendry said he still keeps in touch with many of his old team-mates from his days as a cricketer.

20)  It is essential every internet marketer keeps in touch with each and every costumer and visitor that lands on his/her pages.