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Meaning of “lose your touch” in the English Dictionary

"lose your touch" in British English

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lose your touch

If you lose ​yourtouch, you can no ​longer do something as well as you could before: It's good to ​seetheir goalkeeper's not ​losing his ​touch.
(Definition of lose your touch from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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lose your touch

to no ​longer be ​able to do something as well as you could before: You only ​beat me ​once in the last five ​games – you're not ​losingyourtouch, are you?
(Definition of lose your touch from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “lose your touch”
in Chinese (Simplified) 技艺大不如前,做某事的能力下降…
in Chinese (Traditional) 技藝大不如前,做某事的能力下降…
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