Idioms with TOUCH

in touch
communicating with someone regularly
They kept in touch for a while after college.

in touch
having recent knowledge of a subject
We must keep in touch with the latest research.

lose touch
to no longer communicate with someone
We lost touch when we moved to different cities.

lose touch
to no longer have recent knowledge of something
I have lost touch with what is happening in my hometown.

lose your touch
to become less successful at doing something you used to do well
Their goalkeeper has lost his touch.