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British pronunciation/lˈuːz wˈɒnz tˈʌtʃ/
American pronunciation/lˈuːz wˈʌnz tˈʌtʃ/
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to not have knowledge or awareness about someone or something

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to [lose] touch definition and meaning

What is the origin of the idiom "lose touch" and when to use it?

The idiom "lose touch" likely originates from the idea that physical contact or connection is often associated with awareness and understanding. It is often used to describe a situation in which someone becomes unaware of or uninformed about a person, group, or subject matter with which they were once familiar or connected.

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to be no longer in contact with a friend or acquaintance

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What is the origin of the idiom "lose touch" and when to use it?

The idiom "lose touch" has its origin in the literal sense of losing physical contact or connection with someone or something. Over time, it has evolved into a figurative expression, signifying the loss of communication or contact with a person, group, or a specific situation. This idiom can be traced back to the idea that when people or objects physically move apart, they are no longer in direct contact or close proximity, which is now used metaphorically to describe a lack of ongoing interaction or connection.

lose one's touch
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British pronunciation/lˈuːz wˈɒnz tˈʌtʃ/
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to no longer be able to do a certain activity as well as one did in the past

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to [lose] {one's} touch definition and meaning

What is the origin of the idiom "lose one's touch" and when to use it?

The idiom "lose one's touch" likely originated from the world of art or craftsmanship. Over time, the phrase has been applied to various fields, indicating a decline in skill or proficiency.This idiom is used when describing individuals who were once very skilled or successful in a particular area but have since declined in their abilities or performance. It implies that they no longer possess the same level of talent or effectiveness as they once did.

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Studying history helps us not lose touch with the lessons of the past.
It's essential to stay in touch with old friends to avoid losing touch with your past.
It's essential to keep learning and exploring to ensure you don't lose touch with the constantly changing world.
After retiring, he moved to a remote village and gradually lost touch with the advancements in technology.
He moved to a different country, and it's been challenging not to lose touch with his cultural roots.
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