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get in touch to contact or restore communication (usu. fol. by "with").
have the Midas touch (informal) to have a knack for making money easily.
in touch in contact through verbal or written communication.
lose one's touch to lose one's special ability to do something.
out of touch not in communication (usu. fol. by "with").
touch football a variety of football played without protective gear in which the ball carrier is stopped by being touched by an opponent instead of being tackled.
touch screen a touch-sensitive display screen on a computer that enables the user to interact with the computer.
touch system a method of typing without having to look at the keyboard, each finger being trained to touch one or more specific keys.
touch-and-go insecure or uncertain; precarious; risky.
touch-me-not the jewelweed.
touch-type to type by the touch system, in which the typist is trained to use specific fingers to hit specific groups of contiguous keys without looking at the keyboard.