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Translation of "contact" - English-Spanish dictionary

contact

noun   /ˈkɒn·tækt/
A2 someone you know who can help you because of their job contacto business contacts
B1 [no plural] communication with someone contacto We keep in close contact with our grandparents.
[no plural] the state of two people or things touching each other contacto Wash your hands if they come into contact with chemicals.
verb   /ˈkɒn·tækt/
A2 to phone someone or write to them ponerse en contacto con I’ve been trying to contact you for days.
(Definition of contact from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

contact

noun /ˈkontӕkt/
physical touch or nearness contacto Her hands came into contact with acid Has she been in contact with measles?
communication contacto I’ve lost contact with all my old friends We have succeeded in making (radio) contact with the ship How can I get in contact with him?
a person with influence, knowledge etc which might be useful contacto I made several good contacts in London.
(a place where) a wire etc carrying electric current (may be attached) contacto the contacts on the battery.
(medical) a person who has been near someone with an infectious disease contacto We must trace all known contacts of the cholera victim.
a person or thing that provides a means of communicating with someone contacto His radio is his only contact with the outside world.
contact lens noun ( plural contact lenses)
a small plastic lens on the eyeball worn, instead of spectacles, to improve sight lentes de contacto, lentillas Are you wearing your contact lenses?
(Definition of contact from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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