Meaning | Definition
- fail to keep in contact
- to be unable to communicate
- lose the ability to do something as well as before
- no longer able to handle something
- lose the talent or skill in something
- Michelle was my best friend at the university. But over the years we’ve lost touch.
- Don’t ever lose touch you always be my best friends.
- The plane was flying above the Atlantic ocean when it lost touch.
- He was once a great player, but with age, he has lost his touch.
- She seems to have lost her touch managing children; they don’t listen to her anymore.
- I can no longer sing like that. I’ve lost my touch since I had an infection years back.
- Its good to see that even after all these years, the performer has not lost his touch.
- You may have the talent, but if you do not practice enough, you will lose your touch someday.
- He used to be an outstanding orator, but he has lost his touch following his illness.
- That was a great performance. You have not lost your touch at all.
- The star player said he wanted to retire at the top of his game, before he lost his touch.
The origin of this phrase is not clear.
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