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contact

verb [T]     /ˈkɒn.tækt/ US  /ˈkɑːn-/
to communicate with someone by telephoning them or sending them a letter, email, etc. (透過電話或寫電子郵件等)聯繫,聯絡 I tried to contact him at his office, but he wasn't in. 我試著給他的辦公室打電話,但是他不在。 You can contact me UK on/ US at (= speak to me by telephoning) 388 9146. 你可以撥3889146和我聯繫。 Unless the money is returned, we shall shortly be contacting our legal department. 如果不歸還款項,我們馬上就和法律部門聯絡。 Communicating and keeping in touch
contactable     /kənˈtæk.tə.bl̩/ adjective
Is he contactable at his home number? 打他家的電話能聯繫上他嗎? Communicating and keeping in touch
(Definition of contact verb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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