Talking or writing to each other; giving and getting news; having contact. To remain in communication with; maintain contact with.
John kept in touch with his school friends during the summer.
Police anywhere in the U.S. can get in touch instantly with any other police department by teletype.
The man claimed to be in touch with people on another planet.
You can get in touch with him by calling the Burma Hotel.
I've been trying all morning to get in touch with Miss Peters, but her phone is always busy.
James will be in touch with us soon to relay the details of the plan.
I certainly enjoyed seeing you again after all these years. Let’s be sure to keep in touch.
Don't forget to keep in touch, either by letter or phone, when you're in Europe!
You can telephone me every few days, and in that way we can keep in touch with each other.
He promised to stay in touch with us while he was abroad. However, we were very disappointed that he never did get in touch with us.